When you visit Glacier National Park make sure to plan ahead. Know where you will be traveling within Glacier Park and what to do in case of an emergency. Always bring your own first aid kit and know how to use its contents. In case of emergency, contact the closest emergency medical service to receive immediate care.
There are major hospitals and doctors offices in many towns surrounding Glacier National Park. In Flathead Valley to the west you can reach Whitefish North Valley Hospital at (406) 862-2501 and Kalispell Regional Hospital at (406) 752-5111. If needed there are a few emergency medical helicopter teams in Kalispell and Great Falls. To the north, Waterton emergency services can be contacted at (403) 859-2636. In Canada, to the east Cardston medical facility can be contacted at (403) 653-4411 and to the north Pincher Creek at (403) 627-3333. To the east, Browning is home to the Blackfeet Community Hospital. In case of a fire emergency contact the Park's fire department at (403) 859-2113.
Make sure to research the conditions of the trails and roads you planning on using. Also know what sort of hazards to expect in various regions of the Glacier Park. Contact a park ranger or stop by a visitor center for recommendations on routes through the park and always let someone know where you will be going and when you will be coming back.