Health & Wellness

The purpose of RMC’s student health program is to provide, promote, and integrate individual health care, preventive services, and health education programming to support a healthy student population. It is staffed by RMC’s PA (Physician Assistants) faculty and a consulting physician. 

Location         

The health services suite is located in the Fortin Education Center. The Student Health Center is most easily accessed through the entrance on the east side of the building. 

Hours            

Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Closed during college recognized holidays, weekends and during the summer and winter breaks. Please note, occasionally it may be necessary to adjust office hours due to extenuating circumstances. Any changes will be posted at the Student Health Services entrance in advance.

Contact #

406.657.1068 

Walk-in service will be provided for urgent cases only. For best care and to prevent long wait times, please call 406.657.1068 to schedule an appointment.                 

Cost

Student Health Services is a provided to students through their tuition fees and in most instances are offered free of charge. On occasion, it is necessary for a student to be sent off-campus for an exam, lab, x-ray or referral to a specialist. It will be the financial responsibility of the student to file with their health insurance or otherwise arrange for payment for outside exams and other services.

Although RMC does not offer student health insurance, we strongly encourage students to carry personal health coverage.

Services Provided:

  • Primary care for minor illnesses and injuries that can be expected in a college age population such as: sore throats and colds, urinary tract infections, blood pressure checks, sprains and strains, minor cuts and scrapes, rashes, sinus congestion, insect bites, earaches and coughs
  • Laboratory tests for strep throat, mono, urinary tract infections, pregnancy and flu  
  • Tdap (tetanus and diphtheria) and influenza immunizations
  • PPD (tuberculosis) tests
  • Physical examinations
  • Health information
  • Removal of stitches
  • Condoms
  • We also work with student’s home providers to refill prescriptions and continue care for some chronic medical conditions on a case by case basis while the student is at school.
  • All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to get a flu shot. We do see cases of influenza on campus every flu season.  Flu shots are provided free to students, $20 charge for staff and faculty.

Records                

All Student Health records are completely confidential. We will not release medical information about your medical care to anyone without your consent.

After Hours Emergent Medical Attention and Injuries:

Medical or Mental Health Emergencies - CALL 911

 St. Vincent’s Healthcare Emergency Department
2910 12th Ave. North
406.657.8778

Billings Clinic Emergency and Trauma Center
2800 10th Ave. North
406.238.2500

 Billings Clinic Health Line
406.255.8400 or 800.252.1246

After Hours Non-Emergent Medical Attention and Injuries:

 Billings Clinic Same Day Care - 3 locations
801 N. 29th St.
760 Wicks Lane
2675 Central Ave.

Billings Clinic Express Care - 3 locations (for minor medical issues)
670 Main Ave.
511 Central Ave.
3137 Grand Ave.

St. Vincent’s Healthcare Broadwater Walk-In Clinic
2019 Broadwater Ave.
406.237.5250

St. Vincent’s Healthcare Walk-In Clinic
2910 12th Ave. North Ave.
406.657.8778

Mental Health Resources:

Rocky Mountain College Counseling Services
406.657.1049

 Mental Health Center
1245 N. 29th St.

Mental Health Center Helpline 
406.252.5658

The Community Crisis Center
704 N. 30th St. 
406.259.8800

Billings Clinic Emergency and Trauma Center
2800 10th Ave. North
406.255.8400

Montana Suicide Prevention Crisis Line 
800.273.8255