Montana - Central Montana

Allyson Hollingsworth
Tel: 406-457-8047
Email


Central Montana

Central Montana is a region of vivid landscapes and contrasts. Famed cowboy artist Charlie Russell painted and lived here. This is also the land of Lewis and Clark, who explored much of the region traveling up the Missouri River. Recreation opportunities abound here: floating, camping, fishing, hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling.

 

Featured Facility

Liberty Medical Center
Chester, Montana

Chester, on the Hi-Line 57 miles west of Havre, is the county seat of Liberty County. The name was chosen by the first telegraph operator there in honor of his hometown in Pennsylvania. Chester is located on the banks of Cottonwood Creek at the place where ranches in the 1880s paused to rest on the long drive to the rail-head at Minot, North Dakota before the Great Northern Railroad was built. (from Cheney's Names on the Face of Montana, Mountain Press Publishing Company) When the Great Northern Railroad arrived in 1907, the whole town was forced to move to the south side of the tracks in order to straighten a bend in the tracks.

Liberty Medical Center located in Chester, Montana provides a variety of health care services to Liberty County and the surrounding area. Our medical staff includes expert providers, and consulting doctors. We are a 25-bed critical access hospital facility that is Medicare and Medicaid approved. We are staffed 24 hours a day by licensed nurses.

We are a very important part of the economic, employment, and social structure of the area we serve. We are proud to provide stability to Chester and the surrounding area  by employing 112 Chester and surrounding area people.  The nearest hospitals from Chester are in Great Falls 93.5 miles to the south and Havre, Montana 61 miles to the east. We provide a valuable resource in providing our area with quality, reasonable, and expert care close to home. 

Because of the tremendous support we receive from our community, our directors, our exceptional staff, and talented medical providers, we believe we continue the tradition of being an exceptional rural hospital in Montana.

Please contact Ann Marie Buss with any questions regarding J-1 Visa placements in Montana.

The Montana Primary Care Office (PCO) is part of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services and is funded by three HRSA Bureau's including the Bureau of Clinician Recruitment and Service, Bureau of Health Professions and the Bureau of Primary Health Care; of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The PCO works collaboratively with the Primary Care Association, the Region VIII Public Health Service in Denver, CO, and other entities to increase access to primary and preventative health care and to improve the health status of under-served and vulnerable populations.

J1 Contact Information

Ann Marie Buss
Family and Community Health Bureau
1400 East Broadway, Room A-116
PO Box 202951
Helena, Montana 59620
Phone: (406) 444-4119
Fax: (406) 444-2606
abuss@mt.gov
For more information on Loan Repayment, click here: Montana Primary Care Office

Allyson Hollingsworth
Montana Hospital Association
2625 Winne Ave
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: 406-457-8047
Fax: 406-443-3894
Allyson.Hollingsworth@mtha.org
MHA...The Montana Hospital Association

Additional Contacts

Allyson Hollingsworth
Allyson.Hollingsworth@mtha.org
Tel: (406) 457-8047

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