Livingston Community Benefit Programs & Services
Health & Wellness Programs
Livingston HealthCare serves and strengthens Park County as a healthcare
provider, as the county's largest employer and as a community citizen.
Beyond the healthcare services we provide, we offer community benefit
in the form of services and programs that promote health, healing, and
Our community benefit programs include:
Athlete Wellness – Physicals and physical therapy for school athletes. Also includes
Diabetes Education – Courses for people diagnosed with diabetes on how to adjust to
the lifestyle and prevent type 2 diabetes.
Family-Centered Prenatal Education Series – Child rearing courses for expectant parents
Food & Nutrition Services – Patients in need of a diet change for health reasons can utilize
these services for help creating a new regimen with a knowledgeable medical
Health Screenings – A simple series of tests used to evaluate a patient’s overall
health. Walk-ins are welcome.
Healthy Steps – Individuals looking to exercise under a registered nurse’s
supervision, particularly diabetes and hypertension patients, can do so
under our Healthy Steps program.
- Joint Replacement Class – This class teaches recipients of joint
replacements how to care for their implant.
Mammogram Program – This program helps women whose insurance does not cover cancer
screenings obtain financial aid for mammogram services.
Patient Financial Assistance – We offer numerous financing options to promote more affordable
access to medical care.
Prescription Assistance Program – This program helps patients obtain access to needed prescriptions
when they have trouble affording them.
Safe Sitter Training – This training program teaches young teenagers valuable babysitting skills.
Tobacco Use Prevention – Livingston HealthCare prohibits patients and guests from using
tobacco products on our premises. Our staff provides assistance for patients
undergoing stress from withdrawal.
Trails Rx – This is a collaborative project with the City of Livingston which
encourages physical activity through the use of hiking and biking trails.
We are proud to host these services and have seen firsthand the significant
different they can make in a person’s health. For more information
on any of these programs, please call 406.222.3541.