Diane Jones, FNP



At Wheatland Memorial Healthcare, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our residents and patients whom seek treatment in our facility. We work together to promote independence and social interaction in a safe, supportive environment. Our dedication to respect and compassion makes Wheatland Memorial Healthcare great place to work. We are currently seeking exceptional people who share our vision and commitment to our residents, patients and staff. If you think you would make a great addition to our family at Wheatland Memorial Healthcare, we would love to meet you.

*RN-Charge Nurse-There is a full-time position open for a Registered Nurse. Twelve hour shifts, days and nights. Responsible for directing and evaluating the total nursing care for a 25 bed critical access hospital including the ER.

*RN Bridge Nurse- There is a full time position open for a Registered Nurse. 10 or 12 hour day shift position. Responsibilities would include assisting the charge nurse along with some extra duties such as risk management.

*Full time Certified Nursing Assistant

*Medical Technologist (MT or MLT)
Wheatland Memorial Healthcare has a position open for a full time Laboratory MT or a MLT with at least 3 yrs. experience. Applicant must be willing to obtain certification as a limited Permit Holder in Radiology. Position requires some night and weekend call.

Call 406-632-3165 or email peggy.hiner@wheatlandmemorial.org for additional information. On-line applications can be filled on our website www.wheatlandmemorial.org.

Diane Jones, FNP

Diane Jones is a native of Harlowton and was born at the hospital here.

Diane started her career in healthcare in 1971 while still in high school working at WMH as a nursing assistant. Her first degree in nursing was obtained in 1984.  She returned to Harlowton and worked as a nurse for four years before completing her Bachelor Degree in Nursing.

Diane came back to Harlowton and worked as the Director of Nursing and then the hospital Administrator until 1997.

Diane completed her Master Degree in Nursing through Montana State University Bozeman and spent 15 years in Billings working in the areas of internal medicine and oncology at St. Vincent Healthcare then later at Billings Clinic.

Diane holds National Certifications in Family Practice and in Oncology.

She was an Assistant Professor at Montana State University College of Nursing, Billings Campus, and supervised the master’s degree program for nurse practitioners prior to returning to Harlowton in 2010. Diane is now back at WMH as our Clinic Director and as a Nurse Practitioner seeing patients in our clinic and in their homes.

Diane has spent her career caring for patients, teaching others or serving on various boards and developed various patient support groups.

Diane lives here in Harlowton with her husband Bob. Her hobbies include traveling, music, walking, and playing the guitar.

Diane is glad to be back “HOME” in Harlowton caring for her hometown and serving her community.