Missouri River Medical Center 

 (406) 622-3331 

Benton Medical Clinic  


Benton Medical Clinic

  1518 Chouteau St. Fort Benton, MT 59442


Operating hours are from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.

Call (406)622-5485 to schedule an appointment today!


The Benton Medical Clinic is a Rural Health Clinic that offers primary care family medicine. 

We  welcome patients of all ages, for both sick and well visits. 


Our providers are able to serve your whole family.


Same day appointments available!


Lactation services also available with our Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Why do you need to get a flu vaccine every year?
First, flu viruses change, so the vaccine is updated to keep up with changing flu viruses. Second, your immune protection from the vaccine declines over time.
Stay protected and get vaccinated now! #FightFlu https://www.cdc.gov/flu

A doctor listens to a man’s lungs

Pneumonia, an infection of the lungs, needlessly affects millions of people worldwide each year. Pneumonia can often be prevented and can usually be treated. Lower your risk of pneumonia with vaccines and other healthy living practices

Do I really need antibiotics?

Antibiotics cure bacterial infections, but not viral infections such as:

  •    Colds or flu
  •    Most coughs and bronchitis
  •    Most sore throats
  •    Runny noses, even if the mucus is thick, yellow or green

Taking antibiotics for viral infections:

  •    Will not cure the infection
  •    Will not keep other people from getting sick
  •    Will not make you feel better

What are the side effects to antibiotics?

Common side effects range from minor to very severe health problems and can include:
  •        Rash
  •    Dizziness           
  •    Nausea
  •    Diarrhea
  •    Yeast infections 
More serious side effects can include:
  •     Clostridium difficile (C-Diff) infection
  •     Severe and life-threatening allergic reactions 

To learn more about antibiotic prescribing and use, visit www.cdc.gov/antibiotic-use.

Integrating Behavioral Health
What is Behavioral Health?
Behavioral health describes a connection between Behaviors and Health. Our behaviors have an impact on our health, whether good or bad. The good news is that behaviors can be changed; we can learn new ways of behaving. Behavioral health includes intervention and prevention of mental illness and substance abuse or other addictions. Studies show that improved behavior health has a direct correlation to improved physical health.

Increased Motivation 
Empowerment of Wellness
Increased Adherence & Satisfaction
Decrease Adverse Side Effects
Rural Access to Treatment through Telehealth Services 

This project was made possible in part by a grant awarded to Central Montana Medical Center, grant number DO6RH31052, from the Office of rural Health Policy, Health resources and Services Administration, DHHS.

Call the clinic at 622-5485 to set up an appointment