Rural Critical Care Fellows

Since 2021, the Montana Family Medicine Residency program has partnered with Billings Clinic for a year-long Rural Critical Care Fellowship.

This non-accredited program is targeted toward recent Family Medicine residency graduates and aims to develop fellows’ clinical skills in emergency and critical care. The fellowship is seeking BE/BC Family Medicine physicians.

Topics Include

  • Emphasis on communication, leadership and teaching skills
  • Learn to lead rural teams caring for high acuity and critically ill patients
  • Rotations include trauma and critical care
  • Alternate between Billings campus and critical access hospitals
  • Lodging provided in rural communities
Benjamin Bell
Rural Critical Care Fellow

Name: Benjamin Bell

Hometown: Franklin Springs, GA

College: Emmanuel College

Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine- Georgia Campus

Outside Interests: Camping, Hiking, anything outdoors

Medical Interests: Full spectrum Family medicine. OB. Trauma/Critical care

Life before Medicine: Driving tractors

Favorite Music: A little bit of everything

Favorite Movies: Historical or based on real life events

Why you chose MFMR: While looking for a fellowship in Rural Critical Care, I came across this program, and knew that Billings was the best choice for me.