NEW NAME. SAME COURAGEOUS CARE.

Island Hospital is now Island Health.

Since our inception in 1962, Island Hospital has been ingrained in the community serving the region’s healthcare needs. From medical care to health education and specialized services, we have grown up right alongside you.

In 2007, the iconic dome at Island Hospital’s entrance was removed, symbolically ushering in a new era. 2022 will be another milestone in our evolution with the unveiling of our new name and logo, Island Health.

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COVID Information

Case Rates
(14-Day Case Rate per 100,000 Population)

396.32 

Skagit County

258.39 

Island County

138.41 

San Juan County

Why Choose Island Health?

Patients First

The staff at Island Health is transforming the delivery of healthcare by actively developing relationships with patients to place them in the center of their care.

Courageous Care

Courageous care is at the heart of everything we do. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to thrive in life and have access to services that enable them to improve and maintain their health.

Community Driven

Our physicians, nurses and staff choose to live in the community where they work. We are neighbors caring for neighbors, proud to encourage you to understand and learn about your health and wellness.

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Upcoming Classes and Screenings

05 Jul

Farm Stand

Enjoy local vendors Schuh Farms, Water Tank Bakery, Dog Island Mushrooms and Ebb & Flow Herb Farm each Tuesday for…

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12 Jul

Farm Stand

Enjoy local vendors Schuh Farms, Water Tank Bakery, Dog Island Mushrooms and Ebb & Flow Herb Farm each Tuesday for…

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Stories of Courage

“Dr. Melody was genuinely concerned for me. The experience with him and his staff was more than just a diagnosis–it was a human experience.”

— Ruth Laughlin, Island Health Patient

“I was so inspired by every patient who was enrolled in the program. I found their motivation and desire to improve to be contagious.”

— Sarah Edwards, RRT, CPFT

“Don’t ignore yourself. You know what feels wrong.”

— Shae Lewis, Mammography Technologist

“I learned quickly just how important it is to help people relax.”

— Ann Huston, Island Health volunteer

“I’ll tell my story to anyone. Being open is the best way to get a conversation going and hopefully encourage men to get tested.”

— Matt Gill, Island Urology patient

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