Montana - Yellowstone Country

Allyson Hollingsworth
Tel: 406-457-8047
Email


Yellowstone Country

The World's First National Park and the Nation's longest free-flowing river give Montana's south central region its name. Wildlife, water and wilderness are central to the appeal of this magnificent country. Attractive cities and towns, like Bozeman, Livingston, Big Timber, Red Lodge and West Yellowstone add just the right touch of small town pleasure and city sophistication. Three of Yellowstone National Park's five entrances are located in south central Montana, and one is reached by one of America's scenic drives, the Beartooth Highway. For the more adventuresome-types, the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness offers a heavenly playground for hikers, horseback riders and other non-motorized outdoorsmen.

 

Featured Facility

Pioneer Medical Center
Big Timber, MT

The beautiful Crazy Mountains provide a perfect backdrop for all types of outdoor recreation, photography and scenic drives in the picturesque community of Big Timber. In addition to breathtaking scenery, Big Timber is the gateway to the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness and boasts some of the best blue-ribbon trout fishing in the state. Big Timber and the surrounding communities of Melville, McLeod and Greycliff offer great shopping, excellent schools, top notch medical facilities, great churches, clean air, no congestion or big city crime and peace and quiet. This quaint little town is home to roughly 2,000 people and is bordered rolling prairie and stunning mountains. Activities in Big Timber include hiking, river floats, hunting, fishing, golf and the historical Big Timber Rodeo. Big Timber prides itself on being a friendly town where people still wave at each other when driving down the street.

Pioneer Medical Center is committed to providing quality health care to the visitors and residents of Sweet Grass County.  They offer a wide variety of services including; a Critical Access Hospital, Nursing Home, Rural Health Clinic, 24/7 Emergency Room, a Rehabilitation Program, Hospice, an Ambulance Service, Public Health and an Assisted Living Facility- all delivered within a single integrated medical campus.

Pioneer Medical Center’s mission is to provide sustainable excellence in patient and resident focused care.

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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