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In order to better serve outlying communities with primary and specialty health care, North Valley Hospital brings its patient-centered approach to regional clinics in Columbia Falls and Eureka as well as specialty clinics in Whitefish.

Please see the map below to locate the clinic you will be visiting on the North Valley Hospital Campus.

North Valley Hospital Campus Map

Campus map

Respiratory Screening Facilities

Due to a community need to test for COVID-19, North Valley Hospital opened a Respiratory Screening Facility in Whitefish. Testing is available for individuals with no symptoms or mild symptoms. The clinic is located just south of the hospital in the Cornerstone Building (building "E" on the map above). 
3004 Hospital Way, Whitefish, MT 59937
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday
To call and schedule an appointment:

Columbia Falls
North Valley Family Medicine in Columbia Falls continues to test patients with mild to moderate symptoms. 
1675 Talbot Road, Columbia Falls, MT 59912
To call and schedule an appointment:

Eureka Healthcare Primary Care continues to test patients with mild to moderate symptoms. 
304 Osloski Road, Eureka, MT
To call and schedule an appointment:

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

In an effort to assist the Flathead City-County Health Department (FCCHD) with vaccine distribution, North Valley Hospital offers vaccine clinics once a week on Thursdays. Vaccine will be available on an appointment-only basis.

Grouse Mountain Lodge’s Continental Divide Conference Center in Whitefish. Address: 2 Fairway Drive, Whitefish, Montana 59937
*Please note: Due to limited vaccine availability, individuals that show up to a clinic without an appointment should expect to be turned away.

Clinics will be on Thursdays 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Who is eligible:
Eligibility is set by the state. We are currently in Tier 1A and 1B. The list of who is in 1B can be found on the FCCHD site:

How to make an appointment:
Appointments will be made through FCCHD.

Option 1
Fill out the form:  

Option 2
Call and leave message at 406-751-8119
  • Please note that we are experiencing extremely high call volume and callers will be directed to leave a voicemail.
  • Individuals are asked to leave a voicemail with their name, date of birth, and phone number, and FCCHD will return calls to schedule appointments based on weekly vaccine allotment. Calls for scheduling will be returned in the order in which they are received, and individuals should only leave one voicemail. Please note that due to limited vaccine supply it will take several weeks before you are called to be scheduled.
  • The number of appointments available each week is dependent on vaccine allocation. Vaccine availability is very limited at this time, and we are unsure of how much vaccine will be shipped each week. As such, appointment scheduling will be done on a week-by-week basis, and vaccine will not be immediately available to all individuals who qualify.
  • Currently, the number of people who want the vaccine is far greater than the amount of doses we are getting from federal and state supplies.
  • All individuals on the list to receive COVID-19 vaccine will be called to schedule an appointment once a vaccine becomes available. Once you are added to the list it will be several weeks before an FCCHD staff member will call to schedule you.