RiverStone employees buy, wrap gifts for homeless youth

RiverStone Health Holiday Gifting

In lieu of a holiday office party, RiverStone Health employees shop and buy gifts for homeless youth, and patients and clients served by RiverStone Health. Employees come together for a massive wrapping party, filling a conference room with presents.

Billings school clinic booming

RiverStone Clinic

Half of the students at Orchard Elementary School are already enrolled in RiverStone Health’s school-based clinic. As the only school-based clinic in Yellowstone County it offers well-child care, urgent care, management of chronic illnesses and behavioral health counseling and psychiatry for students and their families.

Ballard family donates $1m toward new RiverStone clinic

Ballard Family Donation

A $1 million lead donation by Billings philanthropists Bill and Merilyn Ballard brings RiverStone Health a major step closer in its capital campaign to break ground on a new primary care clinic this spring. The donation brings the total raised to within $4 million of the campaign’s goal of $11 million.

RiverStone gets $1M HRSA grant, announces capital campaign for new clinic

HRSA Grant Proposal

RiverStone Health rolled out an $11 million capital campaign to build a new primary care clinic by announcing a $1 million federal grant from U.S. Department of Health and Human Service’s Health Resources and Services Administration. The grant bolsters an additional $5 million in savings and early pledges already secured for the project. The rest is expected to come from private donations.

Guest view: Community health care centers help our neighbors who need it

RiverStone Health News

By Bob Marsalli, John Felton, David Mark.
Community Health Centers see every person who walks through the door, regardless of their ability to pay or their insurance status. Montana’s 17 Community Health Centers serve more than 100,000 patients at more than 60 sites across the state providing services ranging from medical to mental health and dental services.

RiverStone Health Clinic marks 30 years of helping people

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In 30 years, RiverStone Health Clinic has provided more than $40 million in charity care and 13 percent of all residents in Yellowstone County now depend on the clinic for access to healthcare. Most of the doctors who have graduated from the Montana Family Medical Residency, housed at RiverStone Health, practice in Montana. More than 20 of them practice in the Billings area.

RiverStone Health joins elite group of public health departments in U.S.

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RiverStone Health, Yellowstone County’s public health agency, has earned national accreditation, a status held by fewer than 50 public health departments in the nation. It is the first health agency in Eastern Montana and the second in Montana to have earned national accreditation. Out of 3,000 public health departments in the country, RiverStone Health is among the first 44 that have voluntarily sought — and earned — accreditation.

RiverStone Health clinics recognized for coordinated patient care

RiverStone Health Patient Care

RiverStone Health clinics in Billings, Bridger, Joliet and Worden have each received a national seal of quality, recognition for transforming the way they deliver care. The clinics are the first in the region to be recognized as Patient-Centered Medical Homes by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. They are revolutionizing healthcare into “what patients want it to be” improving access, health outcomes, communication and patient satisfaction.

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