Michael Strekall, MD practices the full breadth of family medicine, and clinical areas of interest include women’s health, geriatrics, asthma and allergies.
Dr. Strekall earned his undergraduate degree in biology from Carroll College. His medical degree is from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle. He completed his residency at Yakima Valley Family Medicine in Yakima, WA. Dr. Strekall is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine and the past president of the Montana Academy of Family Physicians. He came to St. Peter’s Health Medical Group from the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Helena, and previously served on the St. Peter’s Health medical staff from 1985-2009.
Dr. Strekall is originally from Billings, and in his free time enjoys outdoor sports, gardening and fishing.
Education & Training
University of Washington School of Medicine
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
American Board of Family Medicine
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