For patients considering traveling for medical services, Logan Health provides high-quality, affordable, destination health care.
Skilled providers and innovative technology
From robotic assisted surgery such as Mako SmartRobotics and the da Vinci Surgical System, to minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques, we use modern surgical practices and innovative technology to provide every patient with a personalized plan unique to their needs to help speed recovery and reduce pain.
We want to make the experience as easy as possible for you.
Our concierge service provides you with one contact to help coordinate your care and ensure that all your needs are met, including:
- Contact and communication with your physicians
- Preoperative planning
- Scheduling and follow-up for postoperative care
- Rehabilitation services such as physical therapy
- Shuttle service throughout campus
- Payment arrangements, including bundled price plans
How to Reach Us
Phone: (406) 751-5397
Secure Fax: (406) 752-1788
Why Logan Health
Destination Health Care
Nestled in the beautiful Flathead Valley of northwest Montana, Logan Health offers a wide variety of medical services catering to those seeking high-quality, affordable, destination health care. Located just minutes from Glacier National Park, the Flathead Valley is home to Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, a destination ski resort, miles of trout-laden rivers and the serene tranquility that only the wilderness can offer.
While the hospital may seem secluded in this breathtaking, picturesque location, it stands shoulder to shoulder with those of larger metropolitan areas in terms of quality and patient satisfaction. Logan Health has won numerous awards, including “one of the country’s top hospitals,” “America’s Best Hospitals for Cancer Care” and “The Women’s Choice Award,” as well as having a large number of physicians and surgeons listed as “Top Doctors” in their field.
Quality, Choice and Value
Whether you are in need of a diagnosis, second opinion or surgical care, we are here to assist you:
- The medical concierge service features two full-time registered nurses available to assist patients. We no longer provide 24/7 call.
- With essentially every specialty available in a modern facility, we can provide you with quality care at competitive pricing.
- In most cases we are able to get patients in for care within four weeks, allowing individuals to move forward with either treatment or recovery.
- Often multiple visits are not required, meaning you can complete a consultation and surgery in one visit – saving time and money.
Commonly Requested Services
The medical concierge service at Kalispell Regional Healthcare provides personalized care for a wide range of medical services and surgeries. A medical concierge nurse can assist with scheduling any of the following procedures.
- Hip replacement
- Knee replacement
- Rotator cuff surgery
Learn more about orthopedics and sports medicine.
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- Computed tomography (CT)
Learn more about diagnostic imaging.
Spine and Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Micro surgery
- Minimally invasive spine surgery
- Computerized navigation surgery
- Ulnar nerve transposition surgery
- Carpel tunnel surgery
- Spinal instrumentation fusions
Learn more about surgical services.
- Stress test
- Cardiac catheterization
- Bypass surgery
- Cardiac ultrasound
Learn more about cardiovascular care.
- Cataract surgery
- Hernia repair
- Laparoscopic hysterectomy
- Bladder repair for incontinence
- Plastic surgery
Executive Health Assessments
Learn more about Kalispell Regional Healthcare’s Wellness Compass program.
Learn more about Kalispell Medical Equipment.
Commonly Requested Services
How long does it take to get an appointment or surgery scheduled in Kalispell?
Most specialties schedule three to four weeks out. If it is an emergency, we can make accommodations to see you more quickly.
What is included in the bundled price?
The bundled price includes an initial consult, a preoperative consult, surgery and anesthesia fees, recovery costs, and three follow-up visits within three months of surgery.
Does travel insurance cover any of the cost?
Unfortunately travel insurance does not cover the cost of an elective procedure.
What forms of payment are accepted?
We accept cash, credit card or bank draft made out to Logan Health in U.S. funds.
How long will I need to be in Kalispell for a surgery?
Typically consults are scheduled a day or two before surgery. Two to seven days after surgery, you will receive clearance to return home. Most people stay in town five to seven days.
Can I do everything in one trip?
Typically, yes. Some cases may require more time and more than one trip to Kalispell. We will be able to better inform you once your particular case has been reviewed.
Can I do a consult only?
How do I get started?
To begin the process, we will need to have your recent X-rays and/or MRI results on a disk, as well as any associated reports. You will need to complete a questionnaire and return it to us. The surgeon will use this questionnaire, which describes your symptoms, along with your imaging to determine the best treatment plan for your case.
The more records you have about your medical concerns, the better the review will be. This review is done at no charge to you; however, if you want a formal written review to share with your primary physician and a phone consult with the specialist, there may be a charge.
How do I get to Kalispell?
While there are few direct flights into Kalispell, most of the major carriers fly to Glacier Park International Airport. If you are in need of medical transport, we have a medical transport plane (A.L.E.R.T. II) and critical care crew available 24/7, and we will be happy to assist you with these arrangements.
What are some recommended local hotels?
195 Hutton Ranch Road
Holiday Inn Express
275 Treeline Road
NOTE: You will receive the medical discount only if you call the hotel directly. The discount is not available for online reservations.
Kalispell is located in northwest Montana, less than a two hour drive from the Canadian border, two hours from Missoula and four hours from Spokane, Washington. Air travelers can easily reach Kalispell by flying into Glacier Park International Airport.
Learn more at DiscoverKalispell.com.
We will assist you by providing any forms you need for your appointment or procedure.
Mary Strauss, RN
Mary Strauss, a certified medical tourism professional, began working for Kalispell Regional Medical Center in 2001 in the intermediate care unit and intensive care unit. She quickly found a love for critical care, transitioning to full time in the ICU and later becoming a charge nurse.
After several years she transferred to the emergency department, where she moved up once again to a charge nurse position. In 2010 Mary worked with Kalispell Regional Healthcare administration to form the medical tourism department.
Starting with a few Canadian patients each month, the program has grown significantly and now has clients from all over the U.S. and Canada. Born in Maine to an Air Force family, Mary traveled all over the world and went to high school in Okinawa, Japan.
After graduating from nursing school in Wyoming, she lived in southern California before moving to Kalispell, where she plans to stay. In her free time, Mary enjoys spending time with her family, hiking in Glacier National Park and baking.