Primary Care at North and South Whidbey Community Clinics
The North Whidbey Community Clinic and the South Whidbey Community Clinic provide family-centered primary health care, which includes:
- Evaluation and treatment of general medical problems in adults and children
- Treatment for minor/acute illnesses and accidents and injuries
- Well child examinations and immunizations
- Routine physicals and periodic examinations
- Testing for and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
- Referrals to medical and/or surgical specialists as needed
- Social work services, from financial to emotional support. We will assist you in meeting basic needs, such as helping you find medication and identifying appropriate treatments and care providers.
A parent or legal guardian must accompany patients under 18 years of age, except where state law declares it unnecessary.
The community clinic staff is committed to:
- Providing primary care services regardless of ability to pay or insurance status
- Promoting health, rehabilitation and self-care
- Preventing illness, injury and disease
- Facilitating optimal health through patient and family education
- Assisting patients with long term care placement if appropriate
Call the North Whidbey Community Clinic at 360-679-5590 or the South Whidbey Community Clinic at 360-341-5252 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to make an appointment.
The North and South Whidbey Community Clinics take Medicare, Medicaid, a few private insurances and anyone without insurance. Ask our clerks how you can apply for the low income discount when you call for an appointment.