We are Community.

We are 1,200 of your friends, neighbors and family who live our mission every day – Your Health, our commitment to you, from day one. Community is a hospital with core competencies in primary care, women’s care, pediatric care, oncology and rehabilitation services as well as a full spectrum of services you may need in your lifetime.

We are your Community! Come visit us.


Community Physician Group (CPG)

We are a dedicated group of Board certified, health professionals who provide primary and specialty care for you and your family.


Nurse on Call

Community Medical Center’s free 24-7 Nurse on Call telephone service gives you the answers you need to be at ease. Call us.



from your Community

Family Health: Migraines are not just another headache

Nearly every adult has had a headache at some time, and we can usually get through those days with an over-the-counter pain reliever and some quiet time. For the 12 percent of people in the United States who get migraines, though, it’s not that simple. These severe headaches can send people into...read on

Family Health: Your shoulder joint - it’s complicated

Shoulders are exceptionally flexible joints. They give us the greatest range of motion of any other joint, allowing for movements as wide ranging as lifting your bag into the overhead bin, paddling a canoe and scratching your back.

That is, until they don’t. Shoulders are made up of three bones and...read on

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Wall of Love

Thank you for your continued generous sponsorship of Bike for Shelter. With your help, we were able to raise a critical portion of the funding for the shelter in support of our mission to provide a safe and nurturing home to abused and neglected Montana children.

Mike Boehm, Executive Director

My oldest son was born 11 weeks early... I was flown from Kalispell to Missoula. We both almost died. For the next 8 weeks we lived at Community. The NICU nurses and doctors were AMAZING! 

Nicole Levitt

Just a note to the hospital and staff for the wonderful treatment they gave Jim while he was hospitalized. He couldn’t have been treated any better and we truly appreciated all that was done.