Douglas McKee, MD, has practiced at Whidbey General’s Emergency Department since joining our medical staff in 2006. As a physician who is board certified in emergency medicine, Dr. McKee treats patients for any unforeseen medical condition such as trauma, chest pain, abdominal pain, OB/GYN emergency, stroke, infection, poisoning or substance abuse. He also provides continuity in care by coordinating post-emergency treatment with other physicians and health care practitioners. Prior to joining Whidbey General, Dr. McKee practiced emergency medicine at Providence Everett.
Whidbey General Hospital
101 N. Main Street
360-678-5151 or 360-321-5151
Patient Care Philosophy
Treat every patient with respect and compassion.
Communicate clearly with patients and family members regarding what care is needed, both during their emergency visit and afterward.
Collaborate with other physicians and providers who treat emergency patients to ensure ongoing quality and continuity of care.
Scope of Care
Initial evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of patients of any age who require expeditious medical, surgical or psychiatric care for unforeseen illness or injury
Assessment, stabilization and coordination of care for patients who require transport to another hospital for more specialized care
Collaboration with primary care physicians, hospitalists and specialists to manage the patients who come to the Emergency Department to assure continuity of care
Medical School: University of Washington, School of Medicine, 1987
Internship & Residency
Internship: Allentown General Hospital
Residency: Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Board Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine