Help Us Deliver
Community Medical Center is the busiest birthing hospital in the state, delivering more than 1,600 babies and admitting more than 250 newborns to the NICU each year. By the year 2030, the population of our primary service area is projected to grow by 60 percent. And over the next decade alone, we anticipate a 10 percent increase in NICU babies. Needless to say, those numbers add up to a growing need.
The new Community Women's and Newborn Center
Your community-owned Community Medical Center is known for excellent care. We have one of only four board-certified high-risk OBs in the state. Our NICU has four board-certified neonatologists. And we have Montana's only board-certified pediatric surgeon.
The new Community Women's and Newborn Center brings quality surroundings to match our quality of care:
- A welcoming environment for family members to support their loved ones.
- Enhanced privacy for patients.
- Labor and delivery rooms with flexibility in birthing options.
- Triple the neonatal care space.
- A new, dedicated operating room for planned and emergency surgeries.
- Expanded education for women, families and healthcare providers.
- Abundant, natural lighting and sustainable, green-building construction.
Phase I, the new Postpartum Unit, opened December 2011. Phase II, including Labor/Delivery and Neonatal Intensive Care, opening October 2012. The final phase is scheduled for completion in February 2013. To add your support for the Community Women's and Newborn Center project or for a guided tour, please call 406-327-4141. Thank you!