Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital


MDMH is a rural, nonprofit, community hospital. It is governed by a community volunteer board of directors. It does not receive tax income. Reimbursements from Medicare and Medicaid cover only part of the actual costs of care. Despite these challenges, MDMH's priority is to provide quality care close to home. MDMH Clinics are also open in Darby, Corvallis and Victor and contribute to the extensive network of inpatient and outpatient services for Ravalli County residents and guests.


Top 100 Critical Access Hospital
iVantage Health Analytics, named Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital one of its Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in 2013 and again in 2016 and 2017. The Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals are the nation's best rural safety net institutions. There are a total of 2078 rural hospitals in America, of which are 1284 are Critical Access Hospitals. Based on the number of hospitals involved nationally, this award is especially meaningful to Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital. Read More

2016 MDMH EMS earned State of Montana EMS Provider of the Year
Consistently exhibit dedication to improving patient care through education, injury prevention, community awareness, medical director involvement and cooperation with other emergency service organizations in their community.

2015 MDMH EMS earned a Silver Award for Mission: Lifeline Recognition
Overall quality of care for the STEMI patient.

2015 National iVantage Health Analytics Award
Overall excellence in quality

2015 Business of the Year
Bitterroot Chamber of Commerce

2015, 2014, 2011 Bitterroots Best Employer

2015 - 2009 Mountain-Pacific Quality Health Commitment to Quality Award

2015 - 2008 Performance Improvement Network (PIN) Quality Awards
Heart Failure Care, Pneumonia Care, Pressure Ulcer Prevention

Area Attractions

Bitterroot Valley in Western Montana
You've read about it, now escape to it, the beautiful Bitterroot Valley in Western Montana surrounded with mountains and wilderness; rivers running through berry picking, swimming in the mineral hot springs, horseback riding, camping, boating, fishing, hunting wilderness trails, downhill skiing and much more. The altitude is 3700 feet with an average annual mean temperature of 46 degrees. There are 14 public schools and 3 private schools within the area. Enjoy the good life, while being just an hour's drive to major cultural and sporting events and a state university.