Medical Center


Our main campus in Coupeville opened as Whidbey General Hospital on March 10,1970 and has since undergone four major expansions, including the construction of a new 39-bed inpatient wing approved by voters in 2013. We have also expanded outpatient care, both at our main campus and at numerous locations around the island. In June 2016, the hospital was rechristened WhidbeyHealth Medical Center as we unified all services and locations under the WhidbeyHealth name.


WhidbeyHealth Medical Center
101 North Main Street
Coupeville, WA  98239-3413

WhidbeyHealth Medical Center is a fully licensed and certified Critical Access Hospital. The WhidbeyHealth system, which includes the medical center, three EMS stations and eight outpatient locations, employs more than 750 staff members. An exceptional nursing team and more than 70 providers support a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services. See the links under our Locations tab to learn about our various clinics.

Services at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center include:


Cancer Care

Our award-winning Cancer Care program is located at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center in Coupeville. We are dedicated to providing compassionate, expert care to people on Whidbey Island who face a cancer diagnosis.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Researchers have reported that people who complete a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation program increase their chances of survival and improved quality of life.

Diabetes Education

We are accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, which recognizes our comprehensive approach in meeting the needs of individuals living with diabetes.

Emergency Department

WhidbeyHealth Medical Center's Trauma Level III Emergency Department averages more than 26,000 patient visits per year. The 13-bed department is staffed around-the-clock with highly-trained physicians and nurses.

Family Birthplace

We are proud to hold deep roots in our community as the foundation for this hospital originally formed from the need to help safely deliver babies. We understand the unique population of families that Whidbey Island supports and are so excited you are choosing to welcome your baby to the world on Whidbey Island.

Home Health

WhidbeyHealth Home Health provides an interdisciplinary, individualized approach to meeting healthcare needs in your home. When you need help, it's a relief to know you can receive exceptional healthcare right at home.

Hospice Care

WhidbeyHealth Hospice Care provides high quality, compassionate end-of-life care for people with terminal illness.

Inpatient Care

The Medical/Surgical Unit at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center is staffed 24 hours a day with a dedicated team committed to providing exceptional inpatient care with compassion and respect. (Due to the Coronavirus, only one support person per patient will be allowed in the hospital at this time.)

Intensive Care

The Intensive Care unit at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center specializes in treating people with heart attack symptoms and others whose medical or surgical conditions require close observation.


WhidbeyHealth Laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists and Medicare. All of our testing personnel are certified medical technologists, or medical technicians and our phlebotomists are skilled at difficult blood draws. (See the list of blood draw stations below.)

Palliative Care

Palliative care improves the lives of patients and families facing serious illness. It focuses on relief of pain, symptoms and stress - whatever the diagnosis.

Pulmonary Rehab

If you are having trouble breathing, the WhidbeyHealth Pulmonary Rehab team can help you to manage respiratory symptoms, increase activity, decrease anxiety and minimize shortness of breath.

Respiratory Care

WhidbeyHealth Respiratory Care offers both inpatient and outpatient services, using a full-time staff of licensed Respiratory Care practitioners.

Specialty Care

WhidbeyHealth offers access to expert knowledge and treatment for unique or complicated courses of care. Our Specialty Care providers focus on particular areas of care in which they have extensive training and education. Services include Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Services, Ostomy Care and Wound Care. Physician referral is required for these services.