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Our Program

The Pediatric Oncology and Hematology team at Logan Health Children’s Specialists is dedicated to the care and support of Montana’s children adolescents/young adults with a current or previous cancer diagnosis or blood disorder. We are passionate about keeping our patients near their families, friends, and community support systems through their medical journey. We recognize our families are crucial team members, and work together with a team of pediatric and oncology specialty-trained staff at Logan Health as well as partner with providers across the state of Montana to provide exceptional care for our patients.

Our Care Team

Our medical and supportive staff care team includes:

  • Pediatric oncologists/hematologists: physicians and advanced practice provider (nurse practitioner)
  • Specialty-trained pediatric oncology nurses
  • Pediatric anesthesia
  • Pediatric surgeons
  • Pediatric neurosurgeon
  • Child life
  • Gaming and technology specialist
  • Social work
  • Dietician
  • Oncology-trained pharmacists
  • Pediatric radiologists
  • Pediatric subspecialists
  • Pediatric hospitalists
  • Pediatric intensivists (PICU)
  • Physical therapists
  • Respiratory therapists
  • Spiritual services

Emotional support

  • Cancer Support Community – Montana organization providing support in the form of individual counseling and support groups.  Located in Missoula and Bozeman and provides virtual opportunities.
  • Beads of CourageNational organization dedicated to providing innovative, arts-in-medicine supportive care programs for children coping with serious illness, their families and health care providers.
  • Stupid CancerNational organization providing support and resources to adolescents and young adults going through cancer treatment

Wish granting organizations

  • Make-A-WishNational organization granting wishes (ages 2 ½ -17)
  • Montana Hope ProjectMontana organization granting wishes (ages 0-17)
  • Erin’s Hope ProjectMontana organization granting travel opportunities (ages 5-25)
  • ICING SMILESNational organization providing birthday cakes for patients and siblings


  • Camp Mak-A-Dream – Gold Creek, MT.  For cancer survivors and families.  Teen camp (13-18), family camp, kids camp (6-12), sibling camp (6-18), young adult conference (18-35).
  • Eagle MountBozeman, MT.  For Cancer survivors and family.  Big Sky Adventure camp (11-18), Camp Braveheart (5-10), flight camp (18 & up), Young adult retreat (16-23)

Financial & transportation support – income qualifications and treatment status may apply for certain organizations.


  • Jayden Fred FoundationMontana organization providing financial support for families needing to travel for medical appointments/treatment.
  • Wings Regional Cancer SupportFlathead and Lake County organization providing financial reimbursement to families for treatment-related costs (meals, lodging and travel) – up to $2,500 per year (amount may change)
  • Hope for HarleeMontana organization providing financial support to families and for cancer research
  • Payden Memorial Foundation – Montana organization providing financial support to families
  • Montana Pediatric Cancer FoundationMontana organization providing financial support to families.  Children ages 0-18 going through active treatment.  Inquire about current funding.
  • For the ChildrenMontana organization provides financial support to families who need to travel for medical appointments/treatment.
  • Cash Hyde FoundationMontana organization providing financial assistance to families 


  • Angel Flight – National organization that assists with flights to medical appointments and treatment
  • Alex’s Lemonade Stand – national organization providing financial support for medical travel, emotional support for siblings, education for schools, etc.
  • Family ReachNational organization providing financial support for living expenses.  Need to be in active treatment or within one year of active treatment.
  • B+ FoundationNational organization providing emotional and financial assistance – one time per year
  • National Children’s Cancer SocietyNational organization providing transportation assistance and emergency financial assistance if away from home for treatment
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma SocietyNational organization providing financial support to patients with a Leukemia or Lymphoma diagnosis.
  • Pinky Swear FoundationNational organization providing financial assistance
  • Go4theGoal – National organization providing financial assistance
  • Iron Matt FoundationNational organization providing financial assistance for pediatric brain tumors
  • Caruso Family CharitiesColorado-based organization providing financial support for travel-related costs
  • Elijah’s Heart House – Foundation that assists with financial costs associated with lodging related to medical care.

 Research & clinical trials 

  • National Cancer InstituteThe National Cancer Institute offers information about research, training, clinical trials and other programs related to the cause, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cancer. 
  • CureSearch– The Mission is to end childhood cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame.

Contact Us

Logan Health Children’s Specialists – Oncology & Hematology
350 Heritage Way, Suite 1100
Kalispell, MT 59901

(406) 752-8668

Office Hours
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Our practice is located on the first floor of The Rock medical office building on Heritage Way in Kalispell. We share the clinic space with the adult hematology and oncology clinic, but we have our own pediatric friendly rooms and dedicated staff. Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the building, near the main entrance.

Our team is willing to discuss abnormal labs or clinical findings with primary providers at any time, to help determine if a consult or referral is indicated for further workup. We can offer appointments in Kalispell, one of our outreach sites, or via TeleHealth, depending on the urgency and underlying clinical question or concern.

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