Injured? Benefis Injury Center has specialists in the prevention, assessment and treatment of any injury to muscle, bone, joint or nerve. It doesn't matter if you were injured today or if the years are simply catching up with you - we can help. Our specialized staff includes physicians, physician assistants, nurses, certified athletic trainers and outpatient physical therapy. When surgery is the best option, you'll have access to the expert team of surgeons at The Orthopedic Center of Montana.
In addition to injury care and prevention, we also offer specialty programs in sports medicine, occupational health and outpatient pain management. Our team approach creates the optimal care setting with improved communication, patient care and satisfaction.
Our goal and commitment is to provide effective, efficient and comprehensive care of all illnesses and injuries to get you back to the game of life quickly and safely. Give us a call at 406.731.8989 or stop by our office, located in The Orthopedic Center of Montana, at 1401 25th Street South.
Benefis Occupational Health
Benefis is committed to addressing the health and wellness needs of our community and its employers. Rising health care costs are a growing challenge for local employers. Our Occupational Health Team works with employers to identify and address safety issues that can lead to injury.
Other services the Occupational Health Team provides include:
- Pre-employment exams
- Post-hire exams
- Drug and alcohol screening
- Employee screening – such as vision and hearing
- CPR and first-aid training
- Educational services and materials
- Ergonomic assessments
- Job Analysis
- Department of Transportation (DOT) physical
- Respiratory protection programs
- Hearing conservation services
We also offer to employers Care Coordination for their injured workers. This service provides employers and employees assistance through the health care maze. The Care Coordination Specialist assists employees with making appointments to other health care providers as indicated, as well as keeping the employer informed of the employee's ability to return to work.