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Five Valleys Urology is Moving!

Starting 4/27, our offices will be located at:

2875 Tina Avenue, Suite 101
Missoula, MT 59808
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Please note the following dates:

We will be closing our current North Office (601 W Spruce St Ste G) on 4/22/11.

The South Office (2831 Fort Missoula Rd - Physician Center II, Ste 105) will remain open until 4/26/11.

We'll begin seeing patients in our new office beginning 4/27/11.

Please Contact Us with any questions. We look forward to showing you our new space!