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St. James Hospital

Intermountain Health
Helping you live the healthiest life possible
Intermountain Health
Helping you live the healthiest life possible
Intermountain Health
Helping you live the healthiest life possible

St. James Hospital

At St. James Hospital, we’re happy to tell you about us: our compassionate caregivers, our clinical excellence, our award-winning care and even our beautiful campus. Our patients and families are the center of every thought, communication and action that takes place in this healing space.

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406-723-2500
400 South Clark Street, Butte, MT
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400 South Clark Street, Butte, MT
406-723-2500
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