St. Patrick Hospital

and Health Sciences Center
500 West Broadway
(406) 543-7271

Founded by the Sisters of Providence in 1873, St. Patrick Hospital has grown to a 213-bed hospital. Each year St. Pat’s 1,400 employees, 266 physicians, and 200 volunteers serve the health care needs of patients all over western Montana and northern Idaho.

In addition to providing care for a number of medical conditions, St. Patrick Hospital features many distinguished programs and accreditations, such as:

  • The International Heart Institute, which brings together an internationally-recognized team of cardiologists, heart surgeons, nurses, and researchers to perform advanced cardiac procedures and search for new ways to treat heart disease
  • A Level II Trauma Center program, as verified by the American College of Surgeons and Montana State Trauma Systems
  • Life Flight, an emergency transport service including both a helicopter and a fixed-wing plane
  • The Montana Cancer Center, team of physicians, licensed therapists, and oncology-certified nurses working to provide top cancer treatment and care
  • The Montana Neuroscience Institute Foundation, a collaboration between St. Pat’s and the University of Montana to integrate neuroscience research and patient care
  • The Montana Spine and Pain Center, a group of experts in the evaluation and treatment of painful conditions affecting the bones, joints, and muscles
  • Three off-campus family practice centers around Missoula
  • A Primary Stroke Center featuring a specially-trained team of physicians, nurses, therapists, and technicians available around the clock to provide rapid diagnosis and treatment
Map to St. Patrick Hospital


500 West Broadway
Missoula, MT
(406) 543-7271