Clinic

Due to the COVID-19 situation, we will be suspending online scheduling until further notice.  Thank you for your understanding.

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Hours of Service

  • Monday - Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
  • Saturday Walk-In Clinic: Closed until further notice
  • Closed Sunday

The Clinic is closed for the following holidays: New Year's Day, Independence Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve are half days (8 am to 12 pm).

To Send or Obtain Medical Records

Patient Medical Records Release

Registration checklist

Please have your insurance card(s) available when you register in person. The information you will need available to complete registration includes:

  • Your full legal name, including maiden name or any other former names, nicknames
  • Your birth date
  • Your street address (or the address of the parents or guardians of minor children.)
  • Your home, work, and cell phone numbers (or phone numbers for the parents or guardians of minor children.)
  • Your Social Security number (Please note: Your Social Security number, mother's maiden name, and/or place of birth are not required, they are collected for identity purposes only. You will be asked to verify this information when calling in the future, so that we can ensure we have verified your identity before talking with you. )
  • Health insurance information (name of the insurance company, name of the insured person and his/her place of work, mailing address for claims, and group and policy numbers)
  • Medicaid or Medicare card (if the patient receives federal or state assistance)
  • Name, address and telephone number for person who will be responsible for payments
  • Special requirements (interpreter, stretcher access, etc.)
  • Date, location and type of injury (This information is necessary only if you are seeking treatment because of an accident)
  • You can download the registration packet here

DOT Physicals

In order to receive a valid CDL medical card, commercial drivers are required to use a certified medical examiner (CME) for DOT physicals. Pioneer Medical Center has an occupational health specialist certified on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, so you can get in to see us and get back on the road.

You must pass all of the federal DOT physical requirements before a medical card can be provided. Avoid delays or additional expense by coming prepared. Here's a checklist to help you prepare for your DOT physical.

If you are uncertain if you will qualify for a DOT card, you may want to visit your primary provider or specialist before your recertification.

You can find your Insulin-Treated Diabetes Mellitus Assessment Form here.

Keep Your MEC Current

Commercial drivers must maintain a valid Medical Examiner’s Certificate (MEC) on their Montana driving record. If you don’t maintain a current MEC with the Motor Vehicle Division, your commercial driver license will be downgraded to a noncommercial license.

You must provide a copy of your new MEC to the Montana Motor Vehicle Division prior to the expiration of your current certificate. Do not count on your medical provider or employer to submit your MEC. Please mail, email, or fax a legible copy of your MEC to the Montana Motor Vehicle Division.

Mail: 
Motor Vehicle Division 
Attn: CDL Help Desk 
PO Box 201430 
Helena, MT 59620-1430

Email: 
cdlhelpdesk@mt.gov

Fax: 
406.444.1987

Patient Centered Medical Home

The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is a model of care in which patients are engaged in a direct relationship with a chosen provider who coordinates a cooperative team of healthcare professionals, takes collective responsibility for the comprehensive integrated care provided to the patient, and advocates and arranges appropriate care with other qualified providers and community resources as needed.

PMC is currently in the process of transforming the practice into a PCMH to provide greater quality and access to medical care for our community members.  What types of service does a Medical Home provide for you and your family?

  • Same day appointments
  • Preventive care and physicals (health risk assessments, sports and school physicals)
  • Acute care for illness and injuries
  • Well child visits, screening and vaccinations
  • Online electronic access to your medical records
  • Referrals to top specialists and mental health providers
  • Management of multi-specialty care plans including mental health