Our main campus in Coupeville opened as Whidbey General Hospital in March 1970 and has since undergone four major expansions, including the construction of the 39-bed inpatient wing approved by voters in 2013. We have also expanded outpatient care, both at our main campus and at numerous locations around the island. In June 2016 the hospital was rechristened WhidbeyHealth Medical Center as we unified all services and locations under the WhidbeyHealth name.


WhidbeyHealth Medical Center
101 North Main Street
Coupeville, WA  98239-3413

WhidbeyHealth Medical Center is a fully licensed and certified Critical Access Hospital. The WhidbeyHealth system, which includes the medical center, three EMS stations and eight outpatient locations, employs more than 700 staff members. An exceptional nursing team and more than 70 physicians support a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services. See the links under our Locations tab to learn about our various clinics.

Services at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center include: