Montana - Glacier Country

Kristyn Egbert
Tel: (406) 457-8022

Glacier Country

Glacier Country is a dramatic mix of mountains and water. It starts with Glacier National Park and the giant Flathead Lake. Add the Bob Marshall Wilderness, Jewel Basin Hiking area, the Flathead wild and scenic river, the picturesque Bitterroot Valley, Missoula's cultural community, the National Bison Range in Moise, the beauty of Lake Koocanusa with record breaking trout fishing, as well as two Native American tribes - the Blackfeet National and the Salish Kootenai - and you will know why north western Montana is a destination in itself.


Featured Facility

North Valley Medical Center
Whitefish, MT

Located in the breathtaking Northern Rockies and adjacent to the peaks of Glacier National Park and Whitefish Mountain Resort, the town of Whitefish is surrounded by hundreds of lakes, including Whitefish Lake, and scenic rivers. Due to its valley location, this picturesque town is safe from the extreme climate changes that other areas of Montana may encounter. Whitefish’s moderate climate not only makes it an ideal place to live, it makes it the perfect home town for year-round recreation.

With its covered sidewalk main street leading to the cultural arts center, historic depot museum and public library, this quaint western town offers its inhabitants a welcome change from the fast-paced, hustle and bustle of urban life.

North Valley Hospital is proud of its ability to provide leading edge technology and the highest quality physicians, surgeons, nurses, technicians and support staff while being on the forefront of superior patient care. A prime example is the innovative Birth Center and working relationship with Glacier Maternity and Women’s Center. North Valley Hospital is the only hospital in several surrounding states that offers a water birth option, a safe and effective way of reducing pain and stress during labor for the mother and newborn. 

North Valley Hospital is proud to employ compassionate, considerate and caring individuals who collectively understand that healing requires nurturing your body, mind and soul.

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

Annalee Venneri
Family and Community Health Bureau
1625 11th Avenue
PO Box 4210
Helena, Montana 59620
Phone: 406-444-3934
For more information on Loan Repayment, click here: Montana Primary Care Office

Kristyn Egbert
Montana Hospital Association
2625 Winne Ave
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: (406) 457-8022
Fax: 406-443-3894
MHA...The Montana Hospital Association

Additional Contacts

Kristyn Egbert
Tel: 4064578026


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