Billings Health & Rehabilitation Community

2115 Central Ave
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 656-6500
http://www.billingshealth.com
Contact: Powers, Karen
Business Description: All people, especially seniors, desire to continue living a satisfying life. Our private rooms, rehabilitation and memory care programs provide our residents the support to continue to thrive.
Services: Nursing Homes
Service Area: Billings, MT
On Angie's List Since: 7/18/2013
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Office Hours: Mon 09.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Tue 09.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Wed 09.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Thu 09.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Fri 09.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Sat Closed, Sun Closed
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Cities Served: Acton | Ballantine | Billings | Broadview | Edgar | Huntley | Laurel | Molt | Park City | Shepherd
 
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