ABOUT MHCA: The Montana Health Care Association is a non-profit, member-driven professional association serving Montana's long term care facilities. Founded in 1962 and originally representing only nursing homes, MHCA has opened its membership to all organizations involved in long term care. We represent profit and non-profit, independent and corporate-owned, religious, fraternal and government-operated facilities, as well as hospital-based facilities. Our members provide skilled nursing, personal care, assisted living, home health, respite and therapy services.
The association and its members are dedicated to improving the quality of long-term health care in Montana through educational programs and proactive advocacy with the Legislature and administrative agencies. MHCA also serves as an information source for its members, state regulatory agencies, the Montana Legislature and the general public.
Associate and sponsor members include various individuals and companies that provide services and products to long term care facilities.
The MHCA Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization organized to raise funds and provide scholarships to individuals working in member long term care facilities who wish to pursue their education in an accredited LPN or RN program, or a graduate nursing or other advanced training program in long term care nursing.
Serving Montana's long-term care facilities.
Rose Hughes, Executive Director
Montana Health Care Association
36 S. Last Chance Gulch, Suite A
Helena, MT 59601