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Some Handy Links
Click the button below to access the Patient Portal called FollowMyHealth.
What's FollowMyHealth? It's an innovative tool that provides your personal health records anytime, anywhere. Also enabling you to take a more proactive role in managing your care!
- Review Your Medical Information
- Request Prescription Refills
- Update Demographic Data
- Connect With Physician Offices with Secure Messaging
Hospital Patient Portal
Click the button below to access Patient Portal called Thrive Patient Portal.
Thrive Patient Portal is for people that have visited/stayed in the hospital. Where as FollowMyHealth is more geared towards the Clinic. With Thrive Patient Portal you can view...
- Lab Work
- Recent ER Visits
- Radiology Results
- Overall Stay In Hospital
Here at JCHC we employ well over 200 people! We're constantly growing and looking for interested individuals to help better healthcare and our community as a whole. In many cases, there's no upfront education costs to get your career started. Click on the button below to view current job openings.
ABOUT JOHNSON COUNTY HEALTHCARE
At Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC), we are a whole health care center on one campus. JCHC consists of a 25 bed critical access hospital, a large outpatient family medical clinic, a 44 bed nursing home, and a busy emergency care department. JCHC has 14 medical providers on staff, and provides excellent inpatient and outpatient care. JCHC doctors do surgery, care for hospital and nursing home patients, deliver babies, do C-sections, staff a busy emergency room and take care of same day illnesses too.
"For truly excellent, compassionate health care, visit JCHC."
JCHC is committed to meeting the health and wellness needs
of our community through all stages of life.
News and Events
Julia Bettinger recently was honored for her contribution to the Cardiopulmonary Wellness Dept. at JCHC. She has been involved in the Montana Cardiac Rehabilitation Outcomes Project that is sponsored by the Montana Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (MACVPR) and the Cardiovascular Health Program within the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. This…Read More
September 26, 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness by Dr. Gregory Marino, Hematologist/Oncologist JCHC October is breast cancer awareness month, and this new tradition has contributed greatly to the communities’ greater understanding of this disease, has lead to better screening participation and techniques, and has seen improvements in treatment and outcomes. Not A Single Disease While we…Read More
Suicide Prevention Resources If you are in crisis, or you are worried about someone else, help is available right now. Here are some things to keep in mind when talking about or learning about suicide: Use caution when talking about suicide rates. While suicide rates are increasing, there is no epidemic of suicide. We do not want people…Read More
What Patients Say About JCHC
Had to take my dad to the ER on Aug 2nd and the male nurse and PA we had were excellent (sorry I forget their names). Dad is 91 and had a fall and ended up being transferred by air up to Billings. Being a nurse myself I can be rather picky about hospitals but the folks of Buffalo and Johnson County are blessed to have such a wonderful facility to go to. Thank you for the great care that was given to dad, (and myself also).
I was treated promptly and treated with the utmost respect, despite being an out-of-towner without medical records and a complicated, very rare disease. I wholly recommend JCHC to anyone needing medical help in the area. I was treated by both a registered nurse and medical doctor within 30 minutes whom were both extremely helpful and caring, along with the lovely, kind assistant. Thank you, Johnson County Healthcare Center ER!
Spent the morning here having some testing done and the ladies in the Lab were amazing!! They did everything thing they could to help me stay comfortable and get through the test (which I didn't make it through yesterday) thank you for all your help and for being so awesome today you guys rock!