The Northcentral Montana Healthcare Alliance is a collaborative consortium of 14 healthcare facilities. The mission statement of the NMHA reads:

“To collaboratively develop strategies, synergies, relationships, products and services, that will improve delivery, access and quality, while controlling the cost, of not-for-profit healthcare in all Alliance member communities.”

The membership of the NMHA includes Montana’s largest tertiary hospital, a 49 bed rural hospital, a freestanding nursing home, two Indian Health Service facilities, and ten Critical Access Hospitals.

Healthcare in rural and frontier communities is an absolutely essential component of the quality of life for rural residents. Most of the NMHA member facilities are the largest employer in the community and provide the best jobs. Their survival and vibrancy are the lifeblood of many small towns. The NMHA was established to do whatever is necessary to support and stabilize the critically needed services and programs of frontier healthcare providers.

This site, established primarily for the use of its members and their communities, will provide access to information about current services, programs and projects. The NMHA is a partner of the REACH Montana Telehealth Network (RMTN), a service of Benefis Health System in Great Falls and this site will link to the RMTN as well as well as other sites that hold pertinent and important information for providers and residents of rural Montana.

We hope you enjoy our site. Please contact us for suggestions, improvements or additions.

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