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.
If you are a patient of one of these clinics, and you need your medical records, please contact the clinic directly.
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.