15 Specialties. 60 Providers. Extraordinary Care.


Our Providers

At Western Montana Clinic, we have 60 providers who are committed to providing you with extraordinary care. Click below to learn more.

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 MyChart provides patients secure access to their health record anytime, anywhere. Click below for more information or to access your MyChart account. 


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Updates and Health News

WMC Family Medicine Recognized
as Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home

Western Montana Clinic Family Medicine has been recognized by NCQA as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home. Patient-Centered Medical Home is a care model that combines teamwork and information technology to improve patient care. This Recognition means WMC Family Medicine meets all of the Patient-Centered Medical Home Standards which include patient-centered access, team-based care, population health  management, care management and support, care coordination and care, and performance measurement and quality improvement.

Congratulations WMC Family Medicine!

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The Western Montana Clinic Winter 2017 Newsletter is Here

The Western Montana Clinic Winter 2017 Newsletter is here. Click read more to check out articles on Seasonal Affective Disorder, Pneumococcal Vaccines, and HPV Vaccine guidelines. 

Click here to read the full newsletter. 

Welcome Dr. Jeff Lindley

Dr. Lindley will be joining the Western Montana Clinic Family Practice Department in February 2017.   Dr. Lindley has been a highly respected member of the Missoula medical community since 2005. 

Call 406-721-5600 for more information and to schedule your appointment.

The Western Montana Clinic Family Medicine Department is also accepting new patients at both locations.  To learn more about our providers or to schedule an appointment, click here or call 406-721-5600.

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

 Nearly 13,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the death rate from the disease has dropped by more than 50 percent over the last 30 years in large part due to PAP test screenings. The HPV vaccine is also an integral part of prevention.

Check out cancer.org for more information on cervical cancer and its prevention.