Fast Facts



  • Collegial atmosphere and strong diverse patient population in an integrated health care organization
  • The only internal medicine residency in Montana
  • Eight categorical and four preliminary residents per year
  • Billings Clinic is nationally recognized for exceptional clinical quality, patient safety, service and value
  • Rural categorical rotations
  • Resident and faculty practice is a Patient Centered Medical Home
  • 304-bed hospital, level II trauma center (advancing to a level 1 trauma center) with outreach to 21 different regional locations
  • Montana’s largest healthcare system serving Montana, Wyoming, and the western Dakotas
  • Electronic medical record at all sites
  • State-of-the-art simulation lab & education center

Education & Mentoring

  • 2:1 resident to Internal Medicine faculty ratio
  • Assigned academic advisor and faculty mentor for each resident
  • High priority on resident and faculty teaching skills acquisition
  • Resident procedure workshops
  • Resident clinical teaching workshop
  • Medical Students on most IM rotations


  • See Salary and Benefits pages for details
  • Low cost health insurance for you and your family
  • Reimbursement for Step 3 and DEA licensing
  • ACP membership and MKSAP 19 digital provided for all categorical residents
  • Phone stipend and laptop
  • Meal allowance on night rotations and free parking
  • Lunch provided Monday-Thursday at noon conference
  • Billings Clinic discounts at local health clubs
  • Resident library with kitchen facilities
  • Comfortable call rooms w/internet access
  • Maternity leave
  • Library provides access to over 3,000 electronic journals and textbooks

Day in the Life of a Billings Clinic Internal Medicine Residency Resident

We will start interviewing applicants from early October to January.