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Most people who need inpatient hospital services are admitted to an “acute care” hospital for a relatively short amount of time. But patients with medically complex conditions may be referred to a long-term acute care hospital (LTACH) — which is also certified as an acute hospital — for continued care beyond their original hospital stay.
These patients are transferred from an acute hospital’s intensive or critical care units to long-term acute care hospitals like Advanced Care Hospital of Montana. Here, they can receive additional long-term acute care or critical care services. LTACHs specialize in treating patients who may have more than one serious condition, but who may improve with time and care and return home.
At Advanced Care Hospital of Montana, we provide long-term acute care services to patients who are recovering from serious illnesses or injuries. Often these individuals require additional critical care services for medically complex conditions such as trauma, infectious diseases, wound healing, cardiovascular disease, stroke, amputation and ventilator weaning.
Patients are our priority.
At Advanced Care Hospital of Montana, we are passionate about patient care. We consider it a privilege to be able to provide services to patients and their families throughout Montana, Wyoming, and western South Dakota. We are committed to providing the highest level of care available, and never take our responsibility to our patients for granted.
We strive to create healing and nurturing environments for our patients that not only meet their medical needs, but address their emotional and social needs as well. We believe that this comprehensive approach helps our patients recover more fully.
Our hospital is recognized nationally for our respiratory services, meeting stringent guidelines that put us in the top 15 percent of hospitals nationwide.
We consider it privilege to be able to offer high-level care and are honored to be a vital part of Billings and the surrounding communities that we serve.
Advanced Care Hospital of Montana has been providing long-term acute care and critical care services to our patients since 2008.
Every year, we treat over 400 patients who are recovering from serious injuries or illnesses.
Your physician or a healthcare provider will coordinate your continued long-term acute care, so it’s important to discuss your options and preferences with them. You may request Advanced Care Hospital of Montana through your physician or a healthcare provider who will take the proper steps to coordinate your care with us. To ensure we are the best fit for your medical needs, all potential patients are evaluated individually to ensure an appropriate admission to the right hospital setting for their recovery.
Yes. We often treat patients in surrounding areas throughout Montana, Wyoming, and western South Dakota. The hospital’s location was selected intentionally so that we can best provide services to the Billings community we are in and outlying areas as well.
Yes. Family members are allowed; however, we encourage only one overnight guest as your loved one will need time for rest and healing. Please work closely with your loved one’s nurse to make arrangements.
Also, for those who would like a place to stay nearby, we offer several housing options with discounted rates at many hotels. For more information, please call our Admissions department at 406.373.8096.
Yes. You may be involved in your loved one’s treatment with his or her permission. We feel it’s critical for patients and their family members to be involved with our medical staff as much as possible.
Our medical professionals work as a team with our patients and their family members to create individualized treatment plans so our patients can recover fully.
Your satisfaction with our services during your recovery process is very important to us. During your stay, if there is anything we can do to make your stay more conducive to your healing process – or if you have a question or concern – we encourage you to talk to any member of your medical team or the leadership staff.
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