Providence Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition
Fri: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition Center welcomes patients with a variety of chronic conditions, particularly those who want to take control of their disease. Through education and effective disease management, we help patients take ownership of their lives so that a chronic disease becomes something manageable—not a defining characteristic.
No matter where you are in your journey, whether you are focused on prevention, were recently diagnosed or have been managing a health concern for a while, we are here to help.
We treat patients throughout their lifespan. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.
The Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition Center at Providence St. Patrick Hospital is one of only a few destinations in Western Montana that serve as a one-stop shop for comprehensive, patient-centered, team-based care for those affected by diabetes, metabolic disorders and endocrine disorders.
Back to School Clinic
For children living with Type 1 diabetes. Clinic includes meeting with a registered dietitian and a certified diabetes educator, completion of your medical management plan and lab tests, as appropriate. Call for information and to schedule an appointment: 406-329-5781.
- Nutrition consultations
- PREVENT program
Providence Medical Group – Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition Center is located at 900 N. Orange Street. Our location offers convenient parking. Please bring your insurance card and photo ID along with any co-payment that may be due at the time of service.
To get the most out of your visit, don’t forget your current medications and dosage. If you have diabetes, remember to bring your glucometer, insulin pump and/or continuous glucose monitoring device. The staff at the front desk can download your information.
The Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition Center providers work with patients one-on-one to help manage and prevent disease through personalized care.
Our treatment requires input from multiple specialists to develop and apply the best treatment plan for each patient.
What is a physician assistant?
A physician assistant (PA-C) is a licensed and certified health care professional who practices medicine in partnership with a doctor. A PA-C offers high quality care by listening to your concerns, treating your condition and helping you make important health care decisions.
What is a certified diabetes educator?
A certified diabetes educator (CDE) is a health care professional who possesses comprehensive knowledge of and experience in diabetes management, pre-diabetes and diabetes prevention. CDEs educate and support people affected by diabetes to understand and manage the condition. CDEs also promote self-management to achieve individualized behavioral and treatment goals that optimize health outcomes.
What is a registered dietitian?
Registered dietitians (RD) are the food and nutrition experts who translate the science of nutrition into practical solutions for healthy living. RDs use their nutrition expertise to help individuals make unique, positive lifestyle changes to achieve a health-related goal.
What is a pharmacist?
Pharmacists are health care professionals who practice in pharmacy, the field of health sciences focusing on safe and effective medication use. A pharmacist (PharmD) is a member of the health care team directly involved with patient care.
Walk, Hike and Ride for Diabetes
Thanks to everyone who participated in this community event to help bring awareness for those afflicted with diabetes, raise money to send children to diabetes camp and support those who need money for diabetes supplies, medications and education – all vital to taking care of their diabetes.