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Celebrating 100 Years of Serving the Community

Celebrating 100 Years of Serving the Community

With so much to celebrate, we’ve shared a video that spotlights key moments in our history told by one of our founders, R.H. Ty Robinson.

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Celebrating 100 Years of Caring

A century ago, in 1922, the hospital that would evolve into Community Medical Center (CMC) opened its doors in downtown Missoula with only 28-beds. For the past century, care team members have delivered exceptional care, passing the baton onto the next wave of caregivers that endures to this day.

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Signs of a Heart Attack Everyone Should Know

It’s critical to stay alert to the signs and symptoms of heart attacks – including some less obvious ones, understand how symptoms can sometimes differ between men and women, and know what to do when an attack strikes and minutes matter. Community Medical Center is proud to be Western Montana’s only accredited Chest Pain Center. If you think you may be having a heart-related symptoms, it’s crucial to not delay care. Call 911 or get to the emergency room. 

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Childbirth Classes

Through a partnership with Birthly, Community Medical Center offers patients free access to a variety of perinatal education classes virtually. All classes are live, so patients have the opportunity to learn from and interact with certified and experienced childbirth educators.

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About Us

Community Medical Center is a leading healthcare system in Western Montana with a longstanding tradition of providing personalized care close to home—offering treatments and technology combined with medical specialties and certifications often only available in major cities. It’s what we’ve been doing from day one.

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Classes & Events

  • Nov 12
    Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support (PFCCS) Course
  • Apr 10
    SAS - Strong Active Seniors
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