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Hopefully, a trip to Big Sky doesn’t include injury. But if the worst-case scenario does happen, Big Sky is equipped to get you back on your feet. Big Sky Medical Center has been serving the Big Sky community since 2015 and has emergency outpatient and inpatient care with eight beds and a retail pharmacy.

B2 Urgent Care Big Sky is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily during winter. Emergency on Big Sky Resort mountain? Call (406)995-5880 or visit any lift terminal to call Big Sky Patrol. 


Visiting snow-capped mountain tops is beautiful but can come with certain risks, such as altitude sickness—a physical condition that can occur at high altitudes due to a reduced amount of oxygen. Altitude Sickness can lead to headaches, nausea, fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, and difficulty sleeping. Luckily, there are a few preventative measures you can take before heading up the mountains. Giving yourself time to acclimate slowly to the change in elevation before partaking in strenuous physical activity is the most effective preventative measure. Staying hydrated and avoiding alcohol can also help.

Emergency Services

Medical Services

Big Sky Medical Center 334 Town Center Ave. (406) 995-6995 B2 UrgentCare Big Sky (406) 995-6650 100 Beaverhead Dr. Bozeman…


Big Sky Medical Center Pharmacy (inside the Medical Center) (406) 995-6500 334 Town Center Ave.


Emergency (Police, Fire, Ambulance) 911 Non-Emergency Police (406) 995-4880 Non Emergency Fire and Ambulance (406) 995-2100