New Women’s Care Practice Model in 2022


Patients of our Women’s Care clinic will see elevated delivery of care in Obstetric and Gynecologic health care in our community in 2022. To achieve this, WhidbeyHealth Women’s Care will change to a model that focuses on mid-level providers caring for patients in the clinic setting and Obstetric and Gynecological MDs focusing on births and gynecologic surgery.

Realigning our Women’s Care practice allows WhidbeyHealth to serve our community in an OB-GYN specialized environment. It also allows WhidbeyHealth to partner with existing island midwifery practices for births that desire or require the use of hospital services. From routine health and wellness exams to the challenges of menopause and everything in between, we’re working to ensure our community has the individual, personalized care right for every patient.

It is with an abundance of appreciation that we announce Alicia Darr, ARNP, CNM of WhidbeyHealth Women’s Care will be joining Anacortes Midwifery, a private women’s health practice in Coupeville. Anacortes Midwifery has partnered with WhidbeyHealth for the use of our Family Birthplace. “Alicia Darr has made a tremendous impact on our community since she joined the WhidbeyHealth Medical Staff in 2016. Through tireless commitment and dedication, Alicia always found her passion practicing obstetrics and focusing on individualized care,” said Garth Miller, MD, Chief Operating Officer. “It has been a privilege working with her and we look forward to our continued collaboration; providing women’s health care to our island.” We will be working with Darr to transition her patients. Darr’s final day with WhidbeyHealth will be March 6, 2022.

Safety and excellent patient care is our priority at WhidbeyHealth. We appreciate the continued partnership with local providers, and the support of our patients and community. WhidbeyHealth remains dedicated to providing exceptional care, without exception.

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