Whidbey General Hospital

The Legacy Circle

Whidbey General Hospital recognizes the generosity and foresight of legacy benefactors through membership in the Legacy Circle.

The purpose of the Legacy Circle is to thank those generous individuals who have provided for Whidbey General Hospital's future through their estate plans and to establish a forum of individuals committed to the vision and development of Whidbey General Hospital.

Due to their support, these benefactors create a meaningful legacy for present and future generations, thus ensuring our Hospital’s tradition of innovation and excellence in health care.

If you have remembered Whidbey General Hospital in your estate plans, please let us know. We will acknowledge your generosity and foresight by welcoming you as a member of the Legacy Circle.

Legacy Circle members receive regular news and information from the Foundation, Hospital Commissioners or Chief Executive Officers and invitations to special programs and events.

For further information about the Legacy Circle, contact Helen Taylor, Executive Director at Whidbey General Hospital Foundation, at 360-678-7656, ext. 4020 or 360-321-7656 ext. 4020

If you live in a community, you have to support it to the extent that you can.”  Bernard and Margaret Waterman



Teo Keilwitz

You’re never too young to care about your community. Teo Keilwitz, 12, raised money in 2013 to help Whidbey General acquire a Breast MRI system. Read more.


Whidbey General Hospital Foundation provided the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) department with a new physiological monitoring system.