The Ruby Valley Medical Center has restructured their healthcare services to prevent the transmission of any respiratory illnesses for our patients seeking care. We will continue to provide certain chronic/non-urgent medical treatments while screening for illness.
When visiting the Ruby Valley Medical Center or the Twin Bridges Clinic, you must be screened for fever and symptoms at the main entrance. Ruby Valley residents will receive chronic/non-urgent medical services at the Twin Bridges Clinic located at 104 S. Madison Street (behind the post office). The clinic will be open from 8:30am to 5pm (closed 12pm-1pm for lunch) Monday through Friday starting March 23rd. Please call (406) 684-5546 for an appointment with Dr. Molly Biehl. If you have a potentially contagious illness, please do not go to the Twin Bridges Clinic. Any contagious issues will be cared for through the Ruby Valley Medical Center in Sheridan and you should call (406) 842-5453 to speak with a healthcare provider.
Kathy Meyer, D.C., will continue seeing chiropractic patients on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Judy Weitzel’s patients will see her at the Twin Bridges Clinic on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Dayna Thergeson, CPNP, is suspending all well-child appointments except for newborns. She will check on newborns at home. Dayna will see pediatric patients at the Ruby Valley Medical Center in Sheridan on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
We are suspending appointments with Scott Rigdon, CRNA, until further notice.
Ruby Valley Medical Center is actively evaluating their procedures to ensure that our community stays healthy and receives excellent healthcare.