About Our Clinics
RiverStone Health Clinics are here for everyone. It doesn’t matter how much you earn, whether you have health insurance, or whether you’ve managed to take good care of your health in the past. Our healthcare providers work as a team to provide the best possible care for you and your family. Our patients are at the center of the partnership we build with you and your family. Same day appointments for minor injuries or illnesses often mean you can avoid the expense of emergency department visits. In addition to our main Clinic in Billings, we have satellite Clinics in Bridger, Joliet, Worden and school-based clinics at Orchard Elementary School and Medicine Crow Middle School open to all students in Billings Public Schools and their families.
We accept most insurance plans and provide clinic services to anyone in need, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay. As a federally funded Community Health Center, RiverStone Health Clinics offer a sliding fee scale that allows us to adjust charges for healthcare services based on income and family size. In addition, we accept payment from Medicare, Medicaid, Healthy Montana Kids and private health insurance plans. If you are uninsured, we can help you find health insurance coverage that fits your needs and your budget.
We provide care for the whole family, from pre-natal care, caring for infants and children to aging adults. We work with you in screening, preventing and managing chronic diseases like diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure or heart disease. We can also help you get dental care or behavioral health counseling. The RiverStone Health Pharmacy is the only pharmacy on Billings’ South Side, meeting the needs of our patients and community residents.
RiverStone Health Clinic is a unique model of care. We are governed by a Board of Directors, the majority of the Board members are patients of the Clinic. This governance model ensures that we are always providing the right care at the right time.
Each of the four RiverStone Health Clinics is individually recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. We were the first clinics in the region to have received this national recognition. Having a “medical home” means we coordinate your healthcare needs. So that when you are sick, hurt, need medicine or need an exam, you see the same team of medical providers. You build a partnership with your medical team. Your providers know your health status, your medications, and your health history, which helps you get the best possible care.
Get Your Medical Records
Our online, secure health portal allows you to communicate with your healthcare provider and get access to your medical record. This tool helps you better manage your care and communicate with your healthcare team.
Becoming a Patient
The best way to improve your health is to establish a relationship with a primary care provider before you get sick. During the visit, we can help you understand the preventative steps you can take to stay healthy.
Call us at 406.247.3350 to set up an appointment for a new patient visit. For your convenience, you can download, print and complete our registration forms before your first visit.
We accept most health insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicare, Montana HELP Plan and Healthy Montana Kids. Montana Medicaid expansion, through the Montana HELP Plan, is available to Montana residents, ages 19 through 64, who meet income guidelines.
After Hours Access
If you are already a patient of RiverStone Health you can reach our after hours service by calling us at 406.247.3350
RiverStone Health is Your Passport to Health
If your health coverage is through Montana Medicaid or Healthy Montana Kids Plus, Passport to Health provides your primary care case management (PCCM). This service strengthens the doctor-patient relationship and ensures appropriate use of healthcare services.RiverStone Health Clinic - Billings
Billings, MT 59101
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8am-7pm
RiverStone Health Clinic is a Health Center Program grantee under Title 42 Section 254b of the United States code and its providers and staff are deemed to be Public Health Service employees under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).