Emergency Department ExpansionEmergency Response building

To meet emergency medicine needs, Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital initiated a $15 million project to renovate and expand the Emergency Department. The new 25-room/27-bed facility now provides enormous benefits for both those who receive and provide emergent care. The larger area offers appropriate space for advanced services, bigger rooms for modern beds and technology, and increased efficiency.

To fund this critical project, Bozeman Health Foundation, conducted the largest capital campaign in its history. The Cornerstone Campaign - Realizing the vision for Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, achieved unprecedented success by reaching its $9 million goal. Philanthropic support was received from all areas of the community - individuals, corporations, foundations, as well as, those closest to the hospital, doctors, nurses, administration, employees and board members of both the hospital and the foundation. For this level of support, we are truly grateful!

The construction pictures begin with the March 28, 2011 groundbreaking and continued through project completion in January of 2013.