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Bozeman Health Physician - Neurology in Bozeman, Montana

About Bozeman Health

Bozeman Health is an integrated health system serving an eleven-county region as Southwest Montana’s leader in health care. As nonprofit organization, governed by a volunteer community board of directors, we are the largest private employer in Gallatin County, with more than 2,500 employees, including 260 physicians representing a broad spectrum of medical and surgical specialties.

Bozeman Health operates two medical centers, Bozeman Health Deaconess Regional Medical Center and Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center, and two neighborhood care centers, Cottonwood Clinic and Belgrade Clinic. The health system also includes:

  • Six urgent care and micro care clinics

  • Bozeman Health Medical Group

  • Highland Park Medical Campus

  • Bozeman Health Hillcrest Senior Living

  • Outpatient service center

  • Same-day surgery center

  • Clinical research group

Deaconess Regional Medical Center is a 125-bed facility with 10 ORs, 20-bed CCU and 25-bed Emergency Department (ED). In 2022, care administered consisted of 42,000 ED patients, 6,000 inpatients and 257,000 clinic outpatient visits. Deaconess Regional Medical Center has Level 3 ACS Trauma Center designation and is DNV accredited. Big Sky Medical Center recently earned the Montana Trauma Receiving Facility designation, commonly referred to as Level 5 Trauma Center.

Bozeman Health opened a new NICU in 2020 and a new Psychiatric Emergency Service unit in 2022. Other new clinical offerings include Urogynecology, Pediatric Orthopedics and a Spine & Joint Institute. In the next year, Bozeman Health will introduce Gynecologic Oncology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedic trauma care and an adult inpatient psychiatric unit.

Compensation & BenefitsThis is an employed salaried position with additional incentive and quality compensation. Opportunity for a sign-on bonus is also offered.The position includes a comprehensive benefit package:

  • Health, dental, vision

  • Retirement plan with employer contribution

  • Life insurance

  • Paid malpractice insurance including tail coverage

  • CME

  • Paid medical licensing

  • ABIM dues

  • DEA expenses

About Bozeman, Montana

Find your home under the grandeur of the ‘big sky’ in Bozeman, Montana; named one of Time Magazine’s “World’s Greatest Places 2023 (https://time.com/6261643/bozeman-mont/) ”. The “new west” lifestyle craved by those pursing outdoor recreation, crisp mountain air, four distinct seasons and short commutes, is certainly reflected in Bozeman’s total population reaching an all-time high of 57,500. Gallatin County’s population has also risen to 127,800.

The outdoor paradise sits in a valley at the foot of six mountain ranges and is just 90 minutes from Yellowstone National Park. In the summer, residents and tourists alike enjoy biking, hiking, rafting, golfing and fly fishing. In the winter, the glistening snow-capped mountain scenery transforms Bozeman into a Hallmark Christmas movie setting. There’s world-class skiing at Big Sky Resort less than an hour away, and Bridger Bowl Ski Area less than 30 minutes away.

The vibrant college/ tech town is considered the epicenter for arts and culture in Montana; with a live music scene, summer festivals in the historic streets of downtown, museums, symphonies and opera.

Much of Bozeman’s culture and diversity can be attributed to being home to the largest university in the state, Montana State University. MSU’s fall 2023 enrollment was 16,900 students, an all-time high in its 130-year history. University graduates, along with industry-experienced newcomers provide a brain pool for the area’s mix of growing businesses. For the fifth year in a row, Policom ranks Bozeman number one for the strongest micropolitan economy (https://policom.com/rankings-micropolitan-areas/) in the U.S.

Bozeman’s highly-acclaimed public-school system has over 7,000 students enrolled. Bozeman High School has been ranked on Newsweek’s “Top Schools (https://www.newsweek.com/these-are-50-best-public-high-schools-america-1566901) ” list five times, and an additional high school, Gallatin High, opened in 2020.

If a getaway is what you’re looking for, Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport BZN has direct flights to 20 major U.S. cities. In 2020, BZN added an additional 50% more gates, including the addition of Southwest Airlines.

At Bozeman Health, it is our privilege to deliver expert, compassionate health and wellness services across the continuum. Join us in our mission to improve community health and quality of life in Bozeman, Montana.

78554245 Neurology Clinic (BHMG)