Bozeman, Montana is located in the mountains of southwest Montana and is the home of Montana State University. Our community of 50,000 (plus 12,000 MSU students during the school year) is the fastest growing of all Montana towns and cities. Our outstanding outdoor recreational opportunities are a magnet to people of all ages and all walks of life across the United States. (Bring along your bike, backpack, and canoe!) Our OB/GYN clinic merged with the Billings Clinic on January 1, 2005, bringing to Bozeman a vast array of medical expertise and clinical research activities. We are committed to healthcare, education, and research.


Four weeks prior to your rotation start date, please complete the Bozeman Health Credentialing Paperwork, and return to Kayla Hatfield (, along with the following:

  • Current CV
  • Copy of Driver’s License
  • Castle Branch shots summary
  • Copy of UW background check
  • Drug Test: This site requires drug testing has been issued and passed within a year of your rotation, as a part of their credentialing requirements. Drug testing can be arranged through Castle Branch: Any additional testing questions can be fielded through student affairs.

You will also receive an emailed link to complete for additional Billings Clinic credentialing needs.

Epic and Cerner will both be utilized during this rotation.

Bozeman Ob/Gyn Associates

At the Billings Clinic Bozeman Satellite Group, we have 8 physicians and 3 mid-level providers. As a whole, Billings Clinic delivers 20% of Montana's babies each year. In Bozeman, our hospital cases are treated at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, a not-for-profit community hospital.

Our clinic is located within Bozeman Health at 925 Highland Boulevard, Suite 1220. Our phone number is 406-587-9202.

Your administrative contact person is Kayla Hatfield (, who can facilitate all credentialing documents to suit the needs of Bozeman Health & Billings Clinic, along with orientation, EHR & housing details.

Tyler Bradford, MD is the site director, and can be reached at the above clinic phone number or


Our call schedule begins at 8 AM each day and runs for 24 hours. You will be assigned call typically 4–5 times a month. Our office hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily - no nights, weekends, or holidays.

Transportation & Housing

You are responsible to arrange your own transportation. The site will provide housing. Housing in Bozeman is a 3 bedroom 2 bath condo approximately 8 minutes away from the hospital by car, and 15 minutes by bike. It is highly recommended to have a car, particularly during the winter months. Housing will be shared with other clinical WWAMI students, so is not setup for family housing. No pets allowed.