Whidbey Island Public Hospital District (WhidbeyHealth), announces the addition of Behavioral Health care to the services available to Island County residents. Behavioral Health care will be available in Oak Harbor and Freeland on April 3, 2023.
WhidbeyHealth is excited to announce the addition of Behavioral Health care services in two locations to serve residents and visitors of Whidbey Island. The new practice will see patients from our Walk-In Clinic Oak Harbor (Goldie Rd.) and Primary Care Freeland (Harbor Ave.) offices.
“Whidbey Island has long been without adequate behavioral health care for those who need it,” shared Dr. Garth Miller, Chief Operating Officer. “After years of work we are pleased to begin offering these services to our friends, neighbors, and community.” Miller continues, “Behavioral Health is much more than treating a psychological state (mental illness), but diagnoses a patient’s physical condition and supports strategic growth and progress for treating the holistic patient.”
At WhidbeyHealth we believe everyone on Whidbey Island deserves 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 ten (10) outpatient clinics across Whidbey Island.
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