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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

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Emergency care

Emergency care services offer immediate medical attention for serious and life-threatening illnesses or injuries.

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

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