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.
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 Aug. 8, 2016 recording.
Moving right along, Andersen Construction is well into the exterior construction of the building project.
“Inpatient nursing is the heart of hospital care,” says Linda Gipson, PhD, Chief Nursing Officer for WhidbeyHealth.
Sound Publishing announces winners of “Best of Whidbey Readers Choice Awards.” Three primary care providers felt the love from their patients.
Anne Tarrant has stepped down from the Whidbey Island Public Hospital District Board of Commissioners after eight years of service. The board seeks a qualified applicant to complete her remaining term as District 5 commissioner serving North Whidbey.
In an average year, approximately 200 babies are born in the WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace. This year, 101 babies have been welcomed here through Aug. 8. Look for a brand new birth center in the inpatient wing coming in 2017.