We believe everyone on Whidbey Island deserves local access to high-quality healthcare.
WhidbeyHealth provides local access to exceptional healthcare, a safety net when emergencies happen, and peace of mind knowing our team is standing by 24/7 to respond to your needs.
Our comprehensive outpatient services are continually evolving to meet the needs of our diverse community.
If you or someone you love is dealing with anxiety, stress, isolation, or depression, you’re not alone. Many people face emotional struggles and may need help to cope. Behavioral health care includes mental health care with a focus on a person’s behaviors and habits as well as treatment for substance use.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly 20% of Americans have behavioral health concerns yet only half of them seek treatment.
We understand that how you feel and how you cope with those stresses matters too. WhidbeyHealth offers behavioral health programs and resources to help you feel better and help you get back to being you.
WhidbeyHealth currently offers behavioral health services via tele-medicine technology. Patients are able to meet with a board-certified mental health provider from the convenience of their own home. If you don’t have teleconferencing equipment available at home you have the option of using a private conference room at the hospital configured with video conferencing equipment.
To learn more about our behavioral services or schedule a consultation, contact us.
To learn more about our orthopedic services or schedule a consultation, contact us.
WhidbeyHealth Sleep Care
1300 NE Goldie Street
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Proper sleep is vital to your health and well-being. If you or a loved one are experiencing insomnia, snoring, excessive sleepiness, restless legs, sleep apnea or other challenges getting a good night’s sleep, we can help.
WhidbeyHealth Sleep Care is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, which means we meet high standards required by AASM. Our certified sleep specialists utilize the latest technology and techniques to deliver cost effective diagnosis and treatment of a comprehensive list of sleep disorders for patients of all ages.
Poor sleep quality can impact every aspect of your life. We’ll work with you to understand your challenges, identify underlying causes and develop a customized treatment program that addresses your specific needs.
Take the first steps to more restful sleep that can improve your energy levels and your overall quality of life; schedule a consultation with one of our providers.
You can also download a copy of the Tips for Better Sleep here.
Some causes of chronic wounds:
If you have a wound that has not significantly improved during conventional treatment, you are not alone. Millions of Americans experience chronic or non-healing wounds.
You can improve your healing at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center, which provides expert wound care. We also treat other wounds that need special attention, such as follow-up care for trauma and burns.
Visit your healthcare professional to see if you need an evaluation by a team of professionals who specialize in wound care. The Medical Ambulatory Care clinic at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center offers a Wound Care Program staffed by a team which includes a physician, a nurse practitioner, a registered nurse and a Licensed Practical Nurse, all of whom have been trained and are certified in wound care.
When you seek treatment in our wound care center, you will have access to some of the latest and most advanced wound care products and techniques, including techniques which identify the bacterial burden that may be present in chronic wounds, using fluorescent imaging technology, as well as techniques to reduce the bioburden or biofilm which frequently contributes to delayed wound healing. This includes specialized dressings and advanced skin substitutes that reduce the biofilm and promote faster wound healing.
Studies have shown that wounds heal faster and cost less when a certified wound care team is involved. Improvement is usually seen in the first week.
Physician referral to this program is required. Health insurance companies and Medicare usually cover the costs of the treatments and most wound care supplies. For general wound care info, please call 360.678.7656 x4245 or 360.678.7624