Mission, Vision, Values, Culture, Philosophy
To improve community health and quality of life
by providing a healing environment.
Bozeman Health’s vision is to be your partner in health and wellness,
compassionately delivering the best care for each person, every time.
Bozeman Health values are SPIRIT: Service, People, Integrity, Respect,
Improvement, and Teamwork
Service: Service excellence is critical to our purpose.
People: People are our most important resource.
Integrity: Our relationships are built on honesty and trust.
Respect: Each person and their values are unique and worthy of respect.
Improvement: Continuous improvement of quality is key to our success.
Teamwork: Teamwork is essential in achieving excellence.
Bozeman Health’s Culture of Excellence provides a framework for how we live and work and describes organizational
attributes that inform who we are:
- Performance: recognizing and rewarding high performance
- Communication: engaging in transparent and timely information sharing
- Development: demonstrating dynamic learning and teaching
- Resiliency: excelling in change through adaptability, self-care and collaboration
- Appreciation: expressing caring and gratitude
- Joy: experiencing and sharing joy
Nursing at Bozeman Health is practiced through patient-centered caring
relationships, utilizing clinical judgment and advocacy in the care of
individuals, families, communities and populations to promote, improve,
maintain, or recover health, to cope with health problems and to achieve
the best possible quality of life, whatever the disease or disability,
from the beginning of life all the way through a dignified death.
Competence and critical thinking, framed in the nursing process, demonstrate
the practice of nursing. The nurse will utilize each of the 6 components
in the nursing process: assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification,
planning, implementation and evaluation to provide and promote a healing
environment. Members of the Division of Nursing are committed to resource
driven practice to accomplish evidence-based care and outcomes while working
collaboratively with other health professionals.
As members of the profession of nursing, we are accountable to the role
expectations that are delineated in the American Nurses Association’s
(ANA) Scope and Standards of Professional Nursing Practice, the ANA Code
of Ethics for Nurses and the Montana Nurse Practice Act.