We are a nonprofit health care system located in Helena, Montana. Our services include but are not limited to a 99-bed acute care hospital, physician clinics, cancer treatment center, 24-bed behavioral health unit, urgent care clinics, home health and hospice care, dialysis center and ambulance services.
We provide services to an estimated 97,000 residents from a five-county area (Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, Powell, Meagher and Jefferson counties).
We are overseen by a volunteer board of directors that includes leaders and health experts who are committed to ensuring we provide exceptional health care to our community.
To improve the health, wellness and quality of life of the people and communities we serve.
To be the gold standard for health care in Montana.
- Treat every person with dignity, respect and loving-kindness
- Keep colleagues and patients safe, in every sense of the word
- Empower and invest in our people to help them grow and thrive
- Inspire collaboration to cultivate joy, pride and a sense of belonging
- Drive excellence through learning, innovation and continuous improvement
- Steward our resources wisely so we can fulfill our mission
Staff and Volunteers
We employ approximately 1,700+ community members. The 100+ physicians and advanced practice providers on our medical staff represent over 20 specialties, allowing our patients to seek and receive care close to home. Approximately 100 people generously volunteer with us, and contribute nearly 15,000 hours each year.
St. Peter’s is a DNV-GL Health Care accredited organization. We are committed to working closely with DNV-GL Health Care to continuously improve safety and quality across our organization. In August 2021, we become the first hospital in Montana to receive ISO-9001 quality management certification.