“They are a five-star organization. The whole clinic has great customer service. Everybody does their job and looks like they like doing their job,” Camacho said.
In order to accommodate those in the community who may not be able to attend the regular board meetings, WhidbeyHealth has begun making a video record of each session for your convenience. Here is the Oct. 10, 2016 recording.
This October, WhidbeyHealth is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. About one in eight women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point during her life.
The Patient and Family Advisory Council is looking for additional former and current WhidbeyHealth patients to serve on the council.
The Oak Harbor Senior Center held a presentation for National Falls Prevention Awareness Day.
A new series of town hall style meetings have been set for fall 2016 and winter 2017. Meetings will take place in Freeland, Oak Harbor and Coupeville.
Andersen Construction's goal is to have the roof and exterior of our new building weatherproofed by December.
In an average year, approximately 200 babies are born in the WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace. This year, 146 babies have been welcomed here through Oct. 17. Look for a brand new birth center in the inpatient wing coming in 2017.