You do NOT need a referral to make an appointment unless you have MT Medicaid or VA insurance. We do ask that you have a primary care provider that we can work with, as we do not hospitalize patients or provide treatment for other issues, but it is not required.
Health Care Professionals
Lack of appropriate management of allergies and asthma results in a tremendous financial burden and impacts the quality of life for millions of people with allergic disease. For many of these patients, working with an allergist/immunologist can be beneficial in managing their disease.
These consultation and referral guidelines developed by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology assist patients and healthcare professionals in determining when referral to an allergist/immunologist is needed:
If you are a provider, please let us know if you think we can help any of your patients. Our practice is to work with primary care providers to help ease the burden of both the patient and the provider. Our specialists can keep you up to date and help your patient through some hard seasons. Do not hesitate to fax (406.582.1112) or call (406.582.1111) us if you think we can be of service!