We are excited to announce that SCL Health is merging with Intermountain Healthcare on Friday, April 1, 2022. As you start to see our new name and logo in the coming months, we want to reassure you that many things will stay the same in how you currently receive care and services from us.
The great quality care that you are used to receiving at our SCL Health hospitals and clinics will stay the same, and how you access and utilize our services will not change. Our goal is to make this transition as seamless as possible. Below are answers to more common questions.
There are no changes to any of the insurance plans and benefits that are currently accepted by our clinics, doctors and hospitals.
Appointments & Scheduled Procedures
All previously scheduled appointments and procedures are not affected by the SCL Health and Intermountain Healthcare merger. It’s still business as usual at all clinics and hospitals.
There will be no change in any medical services currently offered at any of our hospitals in Montana or Colorado. We continue to provide 24-7 emergency and trauma care as well as all other hospital services.
Electronic Medical Records & MyChart
If you currently use MyChart or the SCL Health app to access your medical records, nothing is changing. You will still be able to access your medical history, communicate with your providers, pay bills and schedule future appointments through the current online portal.
Access to Online Scheduling
Online scheduling with providers through doctors.sclhealth.org, MyChart and the SCL Health app is not changing. If you need to schedule an appointment, we encourage you to continue using these easy and convenient tools.
Please continue to follow the billing and payment instructions provided on billing statements you receive or via messaging in MyChart. You will not be able to pay a bill to Intermountain Healthcare for services that were previously provided by SCL Health.
While we are now part of Intermountain Healthcare, a nationally-recognized and award-winning healthcare system, patient care and services will still remain close to home. Patients requiring surgery, cancer care and other specialty services will still have local access to the same services and offerings that they do today.
Our Commitment to the Community
SCL Health was founded with the mission to improve the health of the people and communities we serve. As we merge with Intermountain Healthcare, this commitment to our patients and community only grows stronger and promises to make high-quality healthcare more accessible and affordable for all.