McCone County Health Center
McCone County Health Center, a non-profit organization, is a 25 Swing Bed Critical Access Hospital (CAH) and clinic in Circle, Montana that provides healthcare services to our community and surrounding areas. The 25 CAH beds may be used interchangeably for acute or swing bed services (skilled patients and long-term care residents). MCHC is home to approximately 21 long-term care residents. MCHC also owns and operates McCone Clinic, which is attached to MCHC.
Fort Peck Lake, Fort Peck Interpretive Center & Museum and Fort Peck Theatre are 95 miles from Circle, Montana. There are various access locations to Fort Peck Dam; including Nelson Creek, McGuire Creek, South Rock Creek and North Rock Creek which are 45 to 60 miles from Circle.
Fort Peck Lake, created by the building of Fort Peck Dam that was finished in 1940, is the largest lake in Montana. The dam itself is the largest earth-filled dam in the world, and measures 21,026 feet in length with a maximum height of 250.5 feet. Fort Peck Lake is 134 miles long, has 1520 miles of shoreline, and a maximum depth of 220 feet. The entire lake also lies within the massive Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge.