RiverStone Health offers essential medical and public health services in south-central Montana. : It provides the broad umbrella organization for the Montana Family Medicine Residency, as well as RiverStone Health Clinic, the Federally Qualified Health Center, and the Yellowstone City-County Health Department.
The array of services includes programs focused on families, such as WIC and Maternal Child Health; on disease control and prevention; emergency preparedness; environmental health; the Ryan White (HIV) clinic; hospice and home care; dental care; behavioral healthcare and more. The integration of clinical services and public health offers a robust environment for experiencing primary care and community medicine.
The successful integration of primary care and public health sets RiverStone Health apart. We are improving population health by aligning healthcare delivery and public health. Our public health services were among the first 44 in the nation to be accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).
The RiverStone Health Clinic is one of the original 11 Teaching Health Centers. Each of the RiverStone Health Clinics (main clinic and three satellite clinics) were the first in Eastern Montana to be recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as Patient-Centered Medical Homes.
RiverStone Health Clinic’s patients are a diverse group including the urban population of Billings, small rural communities, and two, nearby Indian reservations.
The main Clinic, on the edge of downtown, is within three miles of both Billings hospitals. In addition to the main Clinic, there are sites for Healthcare for the Homeless, a school-based clinic at a nearby elementary school, and three satellite rural clinics in Bridger, Joliet, and Worden.