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Pandemic necessitates a year of adaptation for local medical institutions


Last updated 12/30/2020 at 12:10pm

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Work continues Sept. 23 biding an awning over the parking area at the Northern Montana Heath Care Flu Clinic. Northern Montana Health Care opened the flu clinic last March to provide an area to test for COVID-19.

Health care in north-central Montana has been forced to adapt amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With more at stake than ever, health care organizations in the region have worked as hard as they can to deal with the evolving situation.

Northern Montana Health Care

Northern Montana Hospital, even back before cases were found in Hill County was preparing for what would inevitably come, setting up an alternate flu clinic capable of administering tests for COVID-19 and closing its facilities to visitors March 13, the day after Gov. Steve Bullock declared an emergency and the day the first cases in M...

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