View of Lone Peak

If you are planning a trip to Big Sky Resort, during the ski season or during the summer season, you might have some medical questions. These may be related to the fact that we are at a moderately high elevation, or to specific kinds of ski or snowboarding injuries. For peace of mind, you might want to know more about what we can offer at our medical facilities: Basically, we are a combination of a sports injury emergency/urgent care center, a family practice, and a general urgent care center for lacerations, acute illnesses, and other urgent matters. We do physicals for school or work, drug testing on site, all types of vaccinations, stitch removal, INR testing on site, brace fitting, PAP testing, blood draws (please come in before 2 PM), strep testing, etc.

After hours, if you have an urgent problem that cannot wait until our office opens the next day, you can call either office and be directed to our doctor on call. We are usually available to help.

If there are any considerations for supplemental oxygen, we can help arrange for that BEFORE you arrive. Some people just don't do well at a high elevation, but find it necessary, or highly desirable, to be here. Breathing in supplemental oxygen can help. We can arrange for the provision of oxygen in your hotel room, for car rides to Yellowstone, and even small packs with intermittent regulators for skiing or hiking. Contact us before arrival by either phone or e-mail.

Although Big Sky is just 50 miles from Bozeman, we do offer these medical services right here where you are staying. There is also a pharmacy in Big Sky, which is open Mon-Fri 10AM to 6PM. Be aware, however, that we can provide medications at the Clinic in the evening and on weekends, so that you can continue your stay here in Big Sky without making extra trips to Bozeman.