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Eastern Montana Veterans Home

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The Eastern Montana Veterans Home is an 80-bed Long Term Care facility, built by the State of Montana with the assistance of the Federal Veteran's Administration, with a 16-bed designated Special Care Unit for residents with special needs. We offer a broad array of services and amenities to meet your needs and provide a comfortable home for you or your loved one. The admission policy of the Eastern Montana Veterans Home is to admit veterans from anywhere in the United States if they qualify for skilled and intermediate nursing care. Spouses and surviving spouses are admitted on a space-available basis. A veteran and spouse may be admitted together if they both qualify for nursing home care. EMVH has an open admission policy regardless of race, color, creed, age, national origin, medical diagnosis or handicap. An order from a medical provider is required for admission.

Services Offered

Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Respiratory Therapy
Pharmacy Services
Special Care Unit - (Alzheimer's)
Registered Dietician
Social Services
Discharge Planning
Spiritual Needs
Laundry Services
Support Groups

To be eligible for admission, a person must be an honorably discharged veteran, the spouse, or the surviving spouse of a veteran who served in the armed forces of the United States.

Residents of EMVH pay on the basis of their ability. The Veteran's Administration pays part of the cost for each veteran, but not for a spouse. Per capita fees are less than in most nursing homes. For assistance in determining if a veteran or a spouse meets the requirements of skilled / intermediate nursing care, call Eastern Montana Veterans Home at 406-345-8855.

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EMVH Admission Application
Authorization for Release of Medical Information
Information for Prospective Residents
Interest Letter
Prescription Drug Plan Information
Recommendations For Families on What To Bring
Veteran Application for Health Benefits


February 2016 SCU

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us with any questions!

Jill Domek, Vice President of Patient Care Services 345-4230

Kari Robinson, Social Services 345-4225

Christy Kemp, RN, Aging Services Administrator 345-8956

Kim Cody, RN, Director of Nursing 345-4227

Nancy Lane, State Administrative Officer/Liaison 345-4222