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Magnet Status

Billings Clinic is a Magnet Designated Organization for Excellence in Nursing Care

On April 19, 2021 Billings Clinic was granted their fourth designation as a Magnet® Organization. Less than one percent of all hospitals have earned redesignation for Magnet four times in a row.

The journey to Magnet designation began for Billings Clinic in 2001. Nursing leadership was intrigued with the areas of focus that ANCC had chosen as valued components demonstrating nursing excellence. After attending the Magnet Conference that year, the first Magnet Program Director was instrumental in leading the initial Magnet Team at Billings Clinic (then Deaconess Billings Clinic) on a Magnet journey. Those initial members took Billings Clinic through several years of dedicated and challenging efforts to obtain designation. In 2006, Billings Clinic received its first Magnet designation as the first Magnet organization in Montana. They have completed a rigorous redesignation process three additional times, every four years, to earn redesignation four times in a row since then.

What does the Magnet status mean to patients?


Nurses play an important role in a patients' overall hospital experience. They are the primary source of care and support during some of the most vulnerable times in a person’s life. At a Magnet hospital, our nurses are experienced and attentive, and spend more time at the bedsides providing compassionate care.

During the 2015 re-designation process Billings Clinic was awarded two exemplary status practices. Nurse satisfaction outperformed the national vendor mean in 9 of 11 sub-scales. The use of evidence-based practice findings to implement a practice new to the organization was also noted through the development of Triple Chronotherapy for adolescent patients in the Psychiatric inpatient unit.

Documentation for Magnet Redesignation

The Magnet documentation for Billings Clinic is available to the public by emailing

Nursing Annual Report

Billings Clinic Nursing Annual Report 2017-18

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