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The Work We're Doing

Our mission is to improve access and health equity for all of Montana’s children. We are constantly looking for problems to solve, communities to serve, and barriers to overcome. These are some examples of the meaningful, innovative, and dedicated work of our collaborative and supportive partners.

  • After-Hours Pediatric Care

    Montana Pediatrics is working to ensure that there is never a time when Montana families are alone with a worry about their child’s health. We embrace collaboration and the use of technology to offer after-hours telemedicine visits with Montana pediatricians who value continuity of care and supporting your child’s own doctor.

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  • MT Innovation COVID-19 in Kids Webinar

    Montana Pediatrics is aware that good information is hard to get, especially during this difficult time. In the spirit of collaboration with one another as well as the Montana American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and our Ft. Peck Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (HPDP), we are hosting a series of webinars on the latest information related to COVID-19 in Kids.

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  • Rural Complex Care Coordination

    With the support of the Rural Institute at the University of Montana, we are participating in the first cohort of Boston Childrens’ Care Coordination Academy. Our diverse team hopes to gain knowledge and skills to better implement and measure pediatric care coordination efforts across Montana.

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  • The Montana Happiness Project

    The Montana Happiness Project began when we realized that the opposite of an attempted or completed suicide is a meaningful, well-lived life. We teach professionals how to engage in suicide assessment, intervention, and prevention focusing on strengths while also teaching evidence-based happiness strategies everyone can use to live more fulfilling lives.

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