Oncology at Livingston HealthCare
At Livingston HealthCare, we strive to provide the services you need—close
to home. Working in conjunction with Billings Clinic Oncology, our primary
care providers are able to provide care and treatment to cancer patients
in our local community. The visiting oncologist is available to see patients
on a scheduled basis two times a month.
Chemotherapy treatment appointments are coordinated with the physician
and oncologist. These appointments are offered Monday through Friday on
an outpatient basis at Livingston HealthCare. Treatment sessions are supervised
by an oncology-certified nurse.
Patients who finish treatment at Livingston HealthCare can “ring
the bell” – sharing a significant moment with their families
and healthcare team. The ceremonious bell ring signals the end of active
treatment and the restoration of balance, harmony and life energy.
The chiming of a nautical bell at the completion of cancer treatment is
a widespread tradition in hospitals around the country, started by late
U.S. Navy Rear Admiral and Navy Seal, Irve Le Moyne, in 1996. The ringing
is often preceded by a patient reading aloud a short poem,
Ringing Out, written by Le Moyne.
Ring this bell
Three times well
Its toll to clearly say,
My treatment's done
This course is run
And I am on my way!
— Irve Le Moyne
The bell at Livingston HealthCare was donated by the Warren family.
Many screening services are available at Livingston HealthCare. Find out more:
For more information about these services and others, please talk to your
physician or call 406.222.3541. Please visit
Patient Financial Services if you are in need of financial assistance. Our team will be happy to
answer your questions and tell you more.