WhidbeyHealth Announces Primary Care Clinic Re-Opening in Freeland


Whidbey Island Public Hospital District (WhidbeyHealth), announces the re-opening of the Primary Care Freeland office on December 1, 2022. The office will open initially with one primary care provider with two additional providers to join the practice in January 2023.

WhidbeyHealth is excited to announce the grand re-opening of Primary Care Freeland for our South Whidbey residents and visitors. Nurse Practitioner Alison Katus will care for patients from the Freeland primary care clinic. Joining NP Katus in January will be Dr. Teresa Murphy and Nurse Practitioner Kristina Katarina Johnstone at: 5486 S. Harbor Ave, Freeland, WA 98249.

“We are very excited to be able to return Primary Care services to our community in Freeland,” remarked Dr. Garth Miller, COO. “The re-opening will allow greater flexibility for our patients and provide an additional primary care clinic for those on the south-end of our island.”

At WhidbeyHealth we believe everyone on Whidbey Island deserves local access to high-quality healthcare. WhidbeyHealth provides progressive, patient centric healthcare, a safety net when emergencies happen, and peace of mind, knowing our team is standing by 24/7 to respond to the needs of Whidbey Island residents and visitors. WhidbeyHealth is comprised of the Medical Center in Coupeville, and nine (9) outpatient clinics across Whidbey Island.

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