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Holy Rosary Hospital

At Holy Rosary Hospital, we’re happy to tell you about our compassionate caregivers, clinical excellence, award-winning care and even our beautiful campus. Our patients and families are the center of every thought, communication and action

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406-233-2600
2600 Wilson Street, Miles City, MT
Open - 24/7 - Visiting hours 7am - 9pm
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Convenient, immediate healthcare for non-life-threatening conditions. No appointment needed

Holy Rosary Hospital Primary Care Clinic
2600 Wilson Street, Miles City, MT
406-233-2500
on Holy Rosary Healthcare campus

Intermountain Health offers 24/7 emergency services, prioritizing prompt critical care with a goal to see you within 30 minutes upon arrival.

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