Further north, but check with Big Sky Medical--Paul and Diane Eodice in Helena. They are DO's and we've had great luck with them. When I let them know that I felt my kids were 'up to date' (we did tetnus only) on vaccines based on my personal beliefs, I didn't hear another word about vax. They also were very open to my using chiro to help heal ds's lungs and he is now off all asthma meds. When we were in there last week, I asked about getting a tetnus update for both boys as we are moving overseas, and they said...they're good. Get one if a cut/injury happens. (And we were IN for a sliced open finger LOL) They haven't had one since they were 3 and they are 10 and 13. They were also great with EBF--nursed ds until he was almost 4.
They also cared for my surro-babies after birth and their parents didn't vax, and no Vit K shots at the hospital. Not a peep about it even at follow-up office visits for jaundice in his first week of life.
IMO, docs are also a little more hands-off with vax if you don't approach it adversarially. Ask if they are okay treating a patient who isn't vaxed on the traditional schedule (or not at all) and that you are informed of the risks/benefits of vax but choose not to. Peds seem to be the worst....as I think they get the push, push, push all the time from the state/fed vax programs to keep the numbers high.