From infants to grandparents and all points in-between, our primary care clinics provide wellness exams, laboratory tests, and treat illness and injuries, including minor surgical procedures—all close to home.
We believe everyone on Whidbey Island deserves local access to high-quality healthcare from exceptional providers.
Building a relationship with one of our certified, family-centered primary care providers gives you lifelong access to expert advice you can trust.
CLINIC HOURS: Open 7 days a week:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Health and wellness for patients of all ages, from infants, children and teens to grandparents and everyone in between. Annual wellness checkups promote better health and can help catch health problems early.Learn More
Our Freeland clinic treats both acute and chronic illnesses like diabetes and Asthma. Having a chronic condition doesn't mean that your life has to stop. Our primary care providers can help you manage your condition so you can live life to the fullest.Learn More
We have expanded our availability of telemedicine across our health system, including both primary and specialty care clinics.Learn More
Welcome to Phreesia, our digital registration platform. Say goodbye to clipboards - and check-in before your appointment, schedule a new appointment, or complete intake paperwork all from the comfort of your smartphone or tablet.Make an Appointment
Your foundation for personal and family wellness is a preventative care plan, including well-child and well-adult check-ups. When it comes to your health and well-being, plan for the future. Being as healthy as possible as you grow up and get older will help to keep illness at bay.
In addition to wellness care, our Primary Care Clinic in Freeland provides occupational healthcare, athletic and employment physicals, and lab work. Our providers treat acute and chronic illnesses like diabetes and asthma, as well as care for injuries, including minor surgical procedures.
As part of the multi-disciplinary team at WhidbeyHealth, you have access to the comprehensive healthcare services available at the Medical Center including diagnostic care, rehabilitation care, nutrition therapy, women’s health care and cancer care right here on Whidbey.
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) has impacted all aspects of our daily lives and placed a great deal of strain on our healthcare systems. Our priority is keeping our patients and staff healthy. To do so, we must do everything we can to comply with the recommendations to limit person-to-person contact.
WhidbeyHealth plans to expand the availability of telemedicine across the system, including both primary and specialty care. The WhidbeyHealth Clinics are now providing care virtually, either by video or phone. Our walk-in clinic locations will remain open for in-person care that is more urgent in nature and cannot be provided virtually as well as our Emergency Department. We are grateful for your patience and understanding.
A telehealth visit is similar to an in-person wellness appointment with your own primary care provider. During the visit you'll talk about your current health concerns and learn what to do. The visit sometimes called "Telehealth" in an online video appointment whereby all you need is a computer, laptop, tablet/iPad or smart phone with internet access. WhidbeyHealth has selected VSee as our trusted telehealth solution.
What to expect:
Your trust and comfort are key in choosing a primary care provider. Our clinics have board certified physicians, as well as physician assistants and advanced registered nurse practitioners who are exceptionally qualified to handle your essential healthcare needs.
Find a list of primary care practitioners here.
We are taking additional steps to keep our clinics safe and hygienically clean to protect both patients and staff. All patients and staff are required to wear masks, wash their hands frequently and practice social distancing when possible.
Don’t delay addressing health concerns, even during the current pandemic. Although you are safer staying home than going out, your healthcare is an essential need and delaying treatment may make your condition worse.
Click here to see up-to-date policies and procedures addressing COVID-19.
WhidbeyHealth Walk-In Clinic accepts most health insurances.
Visit Financial Services for more information regarding our financial services, policies, help estimating the cost of your visit/procedure and financial assistance programs.
To schedule an appointment, change an appointment or for clinic inquiries, use the secure Patient Portal or call the clinic directly.
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