Join us at our new location at 1245 N 15th Ave.
At the Bozeman Clinic, we care about your health, safety, and overall well-being and are taking the threat of COVID-19 very seriously.
Meet Our New Provider: Matthew Harrison
We are very excited to announce that a Matthew Harrison is joining our medical team.
We Are The Bozeman Clinic
We believe in building an inspired, connected, engaged and caring staff who’s mission is to create an excellent patient experience – and it shows. The Bozeman Clinic providers and staff are proud of our reputation as “the caring clinic”. We are diligent in providing the best possible physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual care for our patients and the people of Bozeman and surrounding communities. Learn more about The Bozeman Clinic.
We offer preventative, problem-focused, acute, and specialized services for each stage of a woman’s life.
Preventative / Physical Exams
We provide physicals for all ages, including sports physicals and job physicals.
As a family medicine providers, we have been trained to take care of patients of all ages. From colonoscopy to vasectomies we’re here to help.
Our Patients Love Bozeman Clinic
What should you know about Bozeman Clinic?
What kind of insurance do you take?
We currently submit to Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Pacific Source, Allegiance, Cigna, United Health Care, Mountain Health Co-op, and EBMS. We care for our established Medicare patients but are not accepting new patients with Medicare. In addition, we take a limited number of new patients who qualify for Medicaid and do not accept patients with BCBS HELP insurance ( part of Medicaid).
If you have a different kind of insurance than is listed above, you are welcome to establish care here as a patient. However, you will be expected to submit the claim to your insurance and will need to pay in full at the time of each visit.
Where can I be seen if I have Medicare or Medicaid?
You may be seen by our providers at the Bozeman Clinic if you are an established patient with us. There are a number of other clinics in the community that accept new Medicare patients.
How do I become a new patient?
To become a new patient, simply call and we will be happy to assist you with scheduling an appointment.
How much will my first visit cost?
Charges vary depending upon the services rendered. There is a charge to see the physician and additional charges for immunizations, laboratory, or diagnostic tests.
What do I need to know before my first appointment?
Please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out new patient paperwork. If you have downloaded the paperwork from our website and have it completed ahead of time please arrive 10 minutes early. We will need a copy of your photo ID and insurance card. If you are not the cardholder on your insurance, we will need to know the name, address, DOB, phone number and social security number of the person who is the cardholder on your insurance.
Am I able to get a DOT( department of transportation) or Flight Physical?
We do DOT but not Flight Physicals. Dr. Sonnenberg is DOT certified physician. If you have a DOT physical done at our clinic, this will not count as your yearly complete physical or as a preoperative physical. Your primary care doctor will still need to see you for a complete physical and comprehensive review of your health.
Which of your providers are accepting new patients?
All of our providers are accepting new patients.
How can I refill my prescription?
To refill a prescription with refills available, please call your pharmacy directly. We request 72 hours to process your refill request.
Can I be seen on Saturday? Do I need an appointment?
Yes! We are open for acute care from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Our reception staff will be eager to assist you when you call.