News & Reports
Bozeman Deaconess is proud to present the following reports and newsletters,
which highlight achievements throughout the year. This information is
provided to keep the residents of the Gallatin Valley well informed about
the performance of our hospital and its services as well as our foundation.
Community Benefit Report, 2012
Click here to view the 2012 Community Benefit Report which includes the following community benefit financial data: financial assistance and unreimbursed costs, community health improvement services and community benefit operation, health professions education, subsidized health services, research and cash and in-kind contributions to community groups.
Community Benefit Report, 2011
Click here to view the 2011 Community Benefit Report which includes the following community benefit financial data: financial assistance and unreimbursed costs, community health improvement services and community benefit operation, health professions education, subsidized health services, research and cash and in-kind contributions to community groups.
BDHS 2012-2014 Community Benefit Plan
2011 Bozeman Deaconess Health Services Community Health Needs Assessment Summaries and 2012 2014 Implementation Strategy
This document contains the summaries of Bozeman Deaconess Health Services Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA) and the Implementation Strategy that was developed based on the findings from those assessments and subsequent planning initiatives.
2012 Gallatin County Community Health Profile
In this report, you will find a great deal of information about the health of Gallatin County. Residents can find this full report as well as the Community Health Improvement Plan at www.healthygallatin.org
Community Needs Assessment Report, 2011
2011 Community Health Report by Professional Research Consultants
Sponsored by Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, Community Health Partners (CHP), Gallatin City-County Health Department
Area of focus: Gallatin, Madison & Park Counties, Montana
Annual Report to the Community, 2010
As the Gallatin Valley grows, so does the diversity of our people and, likewise, the range of healthcare needs Bozeman Deaconess Health Services must address. Fortunately, with a century of experience adapting to the community behind us, we're equipped for the task. A lot changes in 100 years. But one constant through it all is a commitment to providing the best medical care possible for the entire community.
BDHS Economic Impact Report
This economic impact study, conducted at the request of Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, identified the significance of the hospital to the local and state economies. This report describes the economic significance in terms of total value added, industrial output, income, and employment across all industrial sectors in the local economy stemming from the ongoing operations and new emergency facility construction activity of the hospital.
Annual Report to the Community, 2009
Operating a community hospital entails a good deal of responsibility. There's a responsibility to the science of medicine, to provide the most advanced treatment and care possible. Responsibility to the profession of healing requires working with compassion and empathy. Then there's fiscal responsibility; to handle our finances in a way that allows us to accommodate growth, stay abreast of clinical and technological advances, and continually improve. But, most of all, as a community hospital there's a responsibility to the community.
Annual Report to the Community, 2008
The past year has been busy at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital and our many related facilities and services. We’ve added and expanded, consolidated and streamlined. Technology has improved. We’ve augmented our clinical expertise with the addition of new doctors and new specialties. View our Annual Report here.
May 2014 Health News
May 2014 Health News Get the latest information on what's happening at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital.
Health Sciences Education at BDHS
Every year, more than 300 students studying to become doctors, nurses, physical therapists, laboratory or radiology technicians, paramedics and emergency medical technicians, pharmacists, family nurse practitioners and nutritionists complete their practicums at BDHS where they acquire critical skills and knowledge provided by our professional staff.