has raised over

The COVID-19 Response Fund
has raised
$358,726

to provide key equipment and training in the
fight against the Coronavirus here on Whidbey Island

The response to the COVID-19 Response Fund has been swift and heartfelt. Thanks to generous contributions from donors across our island, critical needs are being met immediately. In addition, WhidbeyHealth is better prepared than ever to serve our community through whatever crisis the future may hold.

THANK YOU

to those who have participated in this phenomenal effort!

PROTECTION
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Funds have been mobilized to meet critical needs.

PROTECTION

  • Portable respirators that protect our EMS responders, doctors and nurses from exposure to the COVID-19 virus
  • Halo Systems – machines that use dry misting hydrogen peroxide to disinfect contained spaces like an ambulance, a patient room, or an operating room. The mist gets into all of the areas that a wipe-down cannot reach
STERILIZE AND SANITIZE
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STERILIZE AND SANITIZE

  • Negative Airflow Systems; two installed in specialized patient rooms, and two portable units for flexible use throughout the hospital and clinics.
  • A new, Gold-Standard Sterilization System for all endoscopy equipment, to ensure the highest possible degree of safety for our patients undergoing invasive procedures
TESTING AND ISOLATION
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TESTING AND ISOLATION

  • Rapid testing equipment for our lab to get results of testing for coronavirus and 21 other respiratory viruses accurately when minutes matter
  • A 14-bed patient tent with isolation capacity. The tent with HVAC becomes an inde-pendent wing in which patients with infectious illnesses can be cared for while being isolated from the main hospital structure. Beyond COVID-19, this tent upgrades the Medical Center’s disaster