Big Sandy Medical Centeris a rural health care facility located in Big Sandy, Montana. The facility was built and opened in 1965 as a nine-bed hospital and a physician clinic attached. The community built and opened the facility after conducting a community fund drive. This allowed Big Sandy to build its first health care facility using all donated money, material, and labor. In 1985 the community added a twenty-two bed skilled nursing home attached to the original hospital and clinic.
Today, after several remodel projects, the community has a well built and well staffed hospital, skilled nursing home, and rural health clinic taking care of the community’s health care needs. Big Sandy Medical Center is located at 166 Montana Avenue East in Big Sandy, Montana. The facility is part of an agricultural based community that is located at the foot of the Bear Paw Mountains. Wheat fields and cattle herds are visible signs of the agricultural base along with natural gas wells and small logging operations that supplement the economy.
Big Sandy Medical Center offers acute hospital care, skilled and inter-mediate nursing home care, a family practice clinic, emergency room services, laboratory and radiology services and physical therapy. We also work with other area hospitals and provide mobile services such as dexa-scan and echocardiology and hospice care.
Big Sandy Medical Center will provide the best possible care for its patients
at the most reasonable cost in a competent, professional manner.
Critical Access Hospital Acute-care Hospitalization Laboratory Testing Radiology Services Physical Therapy Skilled Nursing Care Long Term Care Rural Health Clinic
Big Sandy Medical Center Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinics
Saturday, October 3rd from 8:00am to 11:00am
Friday, October 16th from 11:00am to 2:00pm
Quick and convenient! No appointment needed. Come as you are; stay in your car!
Drive-thru lane will be south to north along 2nd St. (turn left off Main Street), east side of the building.
12 years-old and older.
Wear a mask.
Wear clothing that allows for easy exposure of upper arm.
Consent Forms must be completed in their entirety for everyone in your vehicle receiving the flu shot.
Registration Forms must be completed in their entirety for new patients or patients last seen prior to October 2019.
Consent and Registration Forms are available at BSMC Clinic, www.bsmc.org and at the Drive-Thru Clinic. They must be completed in their entirety or shots will not be administered. We encourage completing them beforehand and bringing them with you to save time.
Insurances will be billed. Please have current insurance information with you.
Cash and checks will be accepted for private pay patients.
Drive-thru shot clinics are not appropriate for individuals who are uncomfortable receiving injections. Individual appointments may be scheduled by calling the BSMC Clinic.