Montana Ambulatory Care Center: Phase I

Billings, Montana

Rustic, Lodge-Style Ambulatory Surgical Center

This free-standing, multi-tenant facility is Phase I on the Montana Ambulatory Care Center (MACC) medical campus. Centrally located in the city of Billings, this Montana medical campus offers easy access to specialized orthopedic care.

Phase I is an ambulatory surgical center featuring primary care access, urgent care, and a continuum of specialty care all under one roof. The 7,600-square-foot surgical center brings total joint replacement and inpatient spine surgery to the surrounding community. Additionally, a 3,000-square-foot imaging department and 1,300-square-foot orthopedic clinic provide diagnostic and treatment services to patients. This facility also includes space for sports medicine and rehabilitation services.

Both phases of the MACC medical campus are designed with the surrounding Montana wilderness in mind. Exterior and interior materials, such as rough stone and cabin logs, call to mind a hunting lodge style that is characteristic of the nearby rustic countryside.