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Why Our Nurses Work at Billings Clinic

Billings Clinic nurses share why they are nurses and why they work at Billings Clinic. Their care and compassion touches patients and families in heartfelt situations. Learn about the outstanding care they provide.

Katie Donnelly BSN, RN, OCN, CRNI

Katie Donnelly BSN, RN, OCN, CRNI
Billings Clinic Miles City Infusion Center/ACC - 13 years nursing experience

Nurses at Billings Clinic are very valued members of a large collaborative team and play an essential role in the decision making process of patient care. The remarkable teamwork that is a part of every department is what sets our facility apart. Whether we are at main campus or a branch site, every member of the team is working together to provide exceptional care to our patients and families. Billings Clinic nurses have been recognized for the quality care they provide with the designation of Magnet Status. This is something we, as nurses, are very proud to be a part of.

Curtis Ferring, RN, BSN

Curtis Ferrin, RN, BSN
In-Patient Surgical Unit – 26 years nursing experience

I work at Billings Clinic because I am surrounded by a team of people who have a compassionate, obsessive dedication to those in their care. I am confident we will accept nothing less than excellence.


Leah Scaramuzzo, RN, BSNLeah Scaramuzzo, MSN, RN-BC, AOCN, 
Nurse Clinician, Inpatient Cancer Care Unit - 25 years nursing experience

Coming from a major, well-known academic center, I was quite impressed with the expertise and caliber of staff in addition to the high standards of care for a community medical center.  Whether you’re considering a new place of employment or care for yourself or loved-one, Billings Clinic truly raises the bar for all hospitals in the area!  

Miranda Meunier, GNP-BC

Miranda Meunier, GNP-BC
Geriatrics - Nurse Practitioner - 8 years nursing experience

I came to Billings Clinic as a Gerontological Nurse Practitioner with the goal of improving the lives of older adults in the area. As a Nurse Practitioner in this organization, I feel I have been given the tools and autonomy to do just that. Billings Clinic has also allowed me to use my expertise in various projects around the state and has put Billings Clinic at the forefront of geriatric medicine in the region. Nurse Practitioners have become a vital member of the health care team and I am excited to continue to build partnerships throughout the organization to further advance our role in all aspects of care.

Nursing Annual Report

Billings Clinic Nursing Annual Report 2013-14

Contact Human Resources

Billings Clinic
Human Resources
PO Box 37000
Billings, MT 59107-7000

Street Address
Billings Clinic
801 North 29th St.
Billings, MT 59101

Human Resources is located on the corner of North 29th and 8th Avenue North.  Enter through the main entrance to the building and go to the lower level.  Human Resources is located at the bottom of the main entrance staircase to the right. 

406-238-2500 or 1-800-332-7156 x2500

Job HotLine
406-657-4600 or 1-800-332-7156 x4600