John Sherman, MD, joined Whidbey General’s medical staff in 2004. He has a rich background in emergency medicine and practiced at more than 10 rural hospitals around the country before his arrival on Whidbey Island. Dr. Sherman is board certified in emergency medicine and practices exclusively in the hospital’s Emergency Department. He has served on the hospital’s Peer Review Committee, which evaluates patient care and helps ensure that high standards are maintained throughout the hospital. Dr. Sherman supports societal efforts to improve public health and safety and to broaden access to basic health care.
Whidbey General Hospital
101 N. Main Street
360-678-5151 or 360-321-5151
Patient Care Philosophy
Embrace patient welfare as my primary professional responsibility.
Work cooperatively with others who care for, and about, emergency patients.
Respect the rights and protect the interests of my patients; treat everyone fairly.
Act as a responsible steward of health care resources entrusted to me.
Study continually to maintain the knowledge and skills to provide high quality 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: Brown Medical School, 1990
Internship & Residency
Michigan State University, College of Medicine
Board Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine