Georgia Gardner has stepped down from the Whidbey Island Public Hospital District Board of Commissioners. The board now seeks a qualified applicant to replace Gardner as District 2 commissioner serving Central Whidbey.
The burden of grief can be lighter when shared with others.
Many photographers have asked about displaying their work in our new inpatient wing. We are asking interested photographers, both amateur and professional, to submit images to be considered for the new space.
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 Feb. 13, 2017 recording.
Advance care planning is a process of learning about, reflecting on and discussing preferences for future medical care, including end of life decisions.
Women’s health services are available at WhidbeyHealth Primary Care in Freeland, including midwifery services.
Primary care is essential to achieving better care, smarter spending and healthier people. Two WhidbeyHealth providers talk about why.
The Patient and Family Advisory Council is looking for additional former and current WhidbeyHealth patients to serve on the council.
Andersen Construction met its goal to have the roof and exterior of our new building weatherproofed by December.
Approximately 200 babies are born each year at the WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace. Through Feb. 21 of this year, we have welcomed 23 babies. Look for a brand new birth center in the inpatient wing coming in 2017.