About Us

St. Patrick Hospital is home to some of the northern Rocky Mountain region's most advanced health care. Since our beginning in 1873, St. Patrick Hospital has seen profound changes in medicine, technology and administration. But what has remained constant through the years, as a community hospital, is our ability to provide highly advanced and deeply compassionate care to all of our patients.

Executive Team

Joyce Dombrouski, MHA, RN, CPH
Chief Executive, Montana Service Area

Kirk Bodlovic
Chief Operating Officer

James McKay, MD
Chief Physician Executive

Karen Myers
Chief Mission Integration Officer

Senior Leadership Council

Fran Albrecht, Chief Philanthropy Officer
Providence Montana Health Foundation

Kelly G. Bagnell, MD, Chief of Staff
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center

Kirk Bodlovic, Chief Operating Officer
Montana Service Area

Joyce Dombrouski, Chief Executive
Montana Service Area

Beth Hock, Chief Nursing Officer
Providence St. Patrick Hospital

Samantha Hoogana, Director of Inpatient Nursing
Providence St. Patrick Hospital

Devin Huntley, Chief Operating Officer
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center

Jani Huston, Executive Director - Nursing, Chief Operating Officer
Providence Medical Group

Alex Jehle, MD, Division Chief
International Heart Institute

Greg Lind, MD - Division Chief

Krissy Lowery, Director of Surgical Services & IHI
Providence St. Patrick Hospital

Thomas McGuire, Executive Director of Service Lines & Outreach
Montana Service Area

James McKay, MD - Chief Physician Executive
Montana Service Area

Karen Myers, Chief Mission Officer
Montana Service Area

Stacy Rogge, Communications - External Affairs
Montana Service Area

Laura Shelton, MD - Division Chief
Ambulatory Services

Claude Tonnerre, MD - Division Chief

Montana Service Area Community Mission Board

  • D'Shane Barnett
  • Caryl Cox, PhD
  • Kimberly Dudik
  • Laurie Francis
  • Reed Humphrey, PhD
  • Scott Long
  • Dale Mayer, PhD RN
  • Kaia Peterson
  • Marc Racicot
  • Shauna Rubel
  • Peggy Schlesinger, MD
  • Mark Williams

St. Patrick Hospital is committed to exemplary care for our patients. We are a Joint Commission Accredited facility that strives to implement patient safety and quality care at all times by adhering to national standards and policies. Process improvement is a daily part of our activities, techniques such as LEAN are utilized in our goal to provide the highest quality care to our patients. National bench-marked and tracked data shows our level of performance in the following links:

Concerns about safety or quality of care

All members of the general public and any individual who has a concern regarding patient safety or quality of care concern are encouraged to contact the Patient Safety Officer at 406-329-5865.

If you feel your concerns have not been addressed or resolved by the hospital, you may contact the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations directly.

Contact the Joint Commission

Office of Quality and Patient Safety
The Joint Commission
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

Fax: 630-792-5636

In today's complex world of health care, patients, families and caregivers often face difficult decisions. Sometimes, there is an honest but inevitable conflict in values and opinions about how best to care for a patient.

St. Patrick Hospital has an Ethics Committee that can help address the ethical and moral dilemmas that arise. The Committee does not mandate a particular decision or course of action. Rather, it serves as a resource for understanding the ethical and moral frameworks that can assist patients and caregivers in making the most appropriate decisions.

The Ethics Committee is a permanent committee of the Medical Staff. Its membership includes physicians, nurses and other hospital representatives, as well as ethicists and community members.

The Committee can provide education about bioethics, serve as a resource to resolve ethical issues, and develop policies that help the medical and hospital staff meet their mission to provide excellent patient care. A request for consultation by the Ethics Committee can be initiated by a patient, a family member, or anyone on the hospital staff. Consultation request forms can be found at every nursing station, or any person may contact one of the following individuals: