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207 West Bell

Glendive, MT  59330

Phone:  (406) 377-5213

Fax:  (406) 377-2022



Monday - Friday

8 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 5 pm


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Reportable Illnesses
To report, call this 24-7 line:

Glendive Medical Center and Dawson County Health Department want to hear from you!  The 2016 Community Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan are below.  If you have any comments or suggestions, please email dchealth@midrivers.com or mschmeling@gmc.org.

Click the picture below to access the 2016 Community Needs Assessment

Click the picture below to access the 2016 Implementation Plan

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Click the picture below to access the DCHD 2016-2021 Strategic Plan


Public Health Emergency Preparedness


Public Health emergencies happen swiftly and unexpectedly. Dawson County Health Department maintains plans to prevent and mitigate disasters such as communicable disease outbreaks, food and water contaminations, malicious attacks, severe weather, and situations that require medical countermeasures.  Working with Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) members, Dawson County Health Department performs exercises and trains to respond to emergencies or disasters in the most efficient manner possible to protect the county’s residents.

What Public Health Incidents Should be Reported Immediately?


  • A hazardous materials incident

  • Compromised public or private drinking water supplies

  • Sewage release illnesses or foodborne illnesses

  • A communicable disease outbreak

  • Actual or communicated threats of bioterrorism

  • Restaurant or other food supply impacted by fire, sewage failure, or water supply interruption

 Call DCHD at 377-5213.


Emergency Notification



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