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Downtown Clinic

Downtown Clinic offers a wide variety of medical services. You can find our clinics located in the Yellowstone Medical Center

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2900 12th Avenue North, Billings, MT
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Diabetes and endocrinologyWomen's health

Intermountain Health caters to women's evolving needs, providing holistic care from gynecology to mental health, promoting well-being at every stage of life.

PulmonologyUrologyBehavioral healthDermatologyGastroenterology

Our GI specialists offer swift diagnosis and treatment for digestive issues, improving your well-being for the present and future.

Maternal fetal medicine (MFM)NephrologyWeight loss and bariatricsCardiovascular and thoracic surgeryHeart and vascularInfectious diseases

Urgent care options at this location

Emergency care

Urgent care services offer immediate medical attention for non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries.

St. Vincent Regional Hospital
1233 North 30th Street, Billings, MT
406-657-7000

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