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Current Positions

General Dentist
Dillon, MontanaFull-time
Integrated Behavioral Health Provider
Dillon, MontanaFull-time
Integrated Behavioral Health Provider
Butte, MontanaFull-time
EHR Support Specialist
Butte, MontanaFull-time
Care Manager/CEC Coordinator
Dillon, MontanaPart-time

Our Benefits

We offer a generous benefits package including:
  • Traditional 80/20, $1000 deductible (employee pays around $54 per month for single coverage*)
  • High Deductible $5000 plan. (employee pays $0 per month for single coverage*) 
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA, LPFSA, DCFSA)
  • Health Savings Account (HSA) with a company match up to $100 per month
  • Dental and Vision coverage 
  • Company paid Life and AD&D policy valued at $20,000
  • Voluntary Life Insurance 
  • Paid Vacation, Sick, and Holidays
  • Safe Harbor 403b Retirement Plan with 4% company match and immediate vesting
  • Regular performance and wage reviews
*premium contributions are prorated for employees working less than 30 hours per week

Our Values

Southwest Montana Community Health Center Core Values

Mission and Vision Integration
Adheres to the Mission and Vision of the SWMTCHC during both good and bad times; is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of the SWMTCHC mission and vision; acts in line with the values of the mission.
To inspire hope and empower wellness by providing access to comprehensive healthcare
A stronger Montana through community and wellness
Articulates and sincerely demonstrates the mission consistently through examples such as: treats all people (patients/staff/other agencies, etc.) with equity and respect; exercises non-judgmental behavior; listens to others and meets people where they are; uses eye contact and acknowledges others; makes decisions that are focused on the best interest of the patients.
Integrity and Trust
Is widely trusted; is seen as an honest and dependable individual; can present the plain truth without embellishment in an appropriate and helpful manner; keeps confidences; admits mistakes; doesn’t misrepresent facts or situations for personal gain.
Maintains confidentiality of others’ personal information; can be trusted to represent the SWMTCHC outside the organization; meets and complies with all medical, regulatory, and licensing standards; takes ownership of their own actions and is accountable for their own mistakes; follows through on what they say they will do.
Team Relations
Understands and supports the team approach; is seen as team player and is cooperative; seeks to easily gain the support of peers through trust and honesty; encourages collaboration; can be candid with peers in a positive manner; fosters open dialogue; acts in good faith when interacting with other employees, assumes the best intentions of others at all times; creates an environment that makes peers feel welcome and comfortable within the team and the organization as a whole.
Effectively able to communicate (can give and receive both positive and constructive feedback) with peer group and other staff to ensure message is clear and understood; does not gossip or triangulate among peers, engages appropriate team members relative to each issue or situation; willingly shares knowledge and information with appropriate team members; actively seeks opportunities to help the team create a positive work environment and functional organizational operations; demonstrates strong emotional intelligence attributes.

About Southwest Montana Community Health Center

Southwest Montana Community Health Center is a mission-driven, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). FQHCs are community-based healthcare providers that receive funding from the Federal government to provide comprehensive primary care services in underserved areas. FQHCs provide care to all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay, and offer a sliding fee discount based on income. FQHCs must meet certain requirements to receive funding, such as providing services to medically underserved areas or populations, offering a comprehensive set of primary care services, and having a governing board that includes patients. Southwest Montana Community Health Center is a recognized National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). PCMH designation is gained by meeting certain standards set by the NCQA. These standards include providing comprehensive, coordinated care, using evidence-based practices, and engaging patients in their care. Community health centers that receive PCMH designation are recognized for providing high-quality, patient-centered care that improves health outcomes and reduces costs. PCMH is our model of primary care that emphasizes care coordination, communication, and patient engagement to improve the quality of care and patient outcomes. The PCMH model encourages providers to work as a team to coordinate and manage care for patients, provide timely access to care, and use evidence-based practices to improve outcomes. The PCMH model also emphasizes the importance of patient engagement, providing patients with the tools and resources they need to take an active role in their own health care. We opened our doors in 1986 under the name Butte-Silver Bow Primary Healthcare Clinic Inc. Our main clinic is in Butte, Montana, and we have locations in Dillon and Anaconda, Montana. We offer medical, dental, behavioral health, care management, pharmacy, and clinical pharmacy services to everyone. We accept most insurances and private-pay clients, as well as uninsured or underinsured clients. Our passion is to ensure that healthcare remains accessible and affordable to everyone. Our clinics care for more than 13,000 patients annually and employs more than 150 people in our various locations.