Our Care Team is equipped to care for you during any hospital visit you may encounter. While we are a smaller facility, we have the capacity to care for you and your loved ones. Our 16-bed facility is modern, comfortable, clean, and staffed with the best caregivers around.
Recover Close to Home, Close to Family.
Stillwater Billings Clinic offers Transitional Care for patients recovering from illnesses or injuries such as neurological issues, strokes, orthopedic issues, wound care or IV Therapy needs. Our “close to home” service allows a patient time to rehabilitate while still having assistance at hand. Our goal is to help patients reach optimal level of function, gain confidence, strength, functionality, and the ability to care for themselves once they return home.
Our care team is comprised of healthcare providers from different clinic departments that will help you in each component of your recovery. An onsite physician is available to address changes and needs of patients, yet we have the ability to treat emergent needs as well. Physical and Occupational Therapy will work toward gaining optimal function, mobility, and modifying or adapting ways for returning to everyday function and life skills. Speech therapists are available to help those in need of cognitive retraining, swallowing and/or speech issues. Dietary and pharmaceutical management also serve as an important piece in providing and teaching proper and healthy eating options as well as medication management. Our staff will also be instrumental in helping to maintain spiritual, intellectual, and positive engagements in activities that are of interest to the patient.
Our Care Team is readily available and prepared to take care of you and your loved ones in need of acute nursing care. Short term injuries, illnesses, and chronic disease treatments can all be treated right here, close to home.
There may be times when a patient needs close monitoring or evaluations for a short period. At Stillwater Billings Clinic, Our Care Team is available to see patients who may not need inpatient admission but require some physician oversight for evaluation and appropriate medical intervention plans moving forward.