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107 6th Ave SW, Ronan, MT 59864

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Ronan (406) 676-3600
St. Ignatius (406) 745-2781
Southshore (406) 883-2555
Ridgewater (406) 883-3737

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107 6th Ave SW, Ronan, MT 59864

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Antibiotic Awareness.

St. Luke is Dedicated to Antibiotic Awareness

A Commitment to Our Patients about Antibiotics

Antibiotics only fight infections caused by bacteria. Like all drugs, they can be harmful and should only be used when necessary. Taking antibiotics when you have a virus can do more harm than good: you will still feel sick and the antibiotic could give you a skin rash, diarrhea, a yeast infection, or worse.

Antibiotics also give bacteria a chance to become more resistant to them. This can make future infections harder to treat. It means that antibiotics might not work when you really do need them. Because of this, it is important that you only use an antibiotic when it is necessary to treat your illness.

How can you help? When you have a cough, sore throat, or other illness, tell your doctor you only want an antibiotic if it is really necessary. If you are not prescribed an antibiotic, ask what you can do to feel better and get relief from your symptoms.

Your health is important to us. As your healthcare providers, we promise to provide the best possible treatment for your condition. If an antibiotic is not needed, we will explain this to you and will offer a treatment plan that will help. We are dedicated to prescribing antibiotics only when they are needed, and we will avoid giving you antibiotics when they might do more harm than good.

Ronan Clinic
(406) 676-3600

Polson-Ridgewater Clinic
(406) 883-3737

St. Ignatius Clinic
(406) 745-2781

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ST. LUKE’s COVID-19 UPDATES

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You can make a difference from the safety of your own home. Working together, we can ensure that we come through this as a stronger, more resilient community. For monetary donation information or supply donations, please click here for Covid 19 Rapid Response.


*NOTE: If it is determined that you require Coronavirus testing, the test itself will be free to you. However, the clinic or hospital visit will be billed to your insurance, like any other visit.

If you have any questions about this process, please contact our Nurse on Call at (406) 676-3737.