Letter: WhidbeyHealth is seeking input for planning efforts

Editor,

WhidbeyHealth has released an online survey to better understand the community’s healthcare needs, preferences and perceptions. We will use this data to support our strategic and master planning efforts. The survey can be accessed via our Facebook page or through this link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/WhidbeyIslandExt

The survey will expire on June 9. This survey is a continuation of the community outreach efforts that started with the hospital commissioners’ open forum in April, at which residents were welcome to talk one-on-one with the commissioners. WhidbeyHealth has also completed a phone survey with a segment of the population, but we want to hear from more residents. We hope an online survey will be convenient. You may also take the survey by phone by calling 206-441-0971.

Please know that we value your time and appreciate our community’s input in assuring access to strong, essential healthcare services on our island.

Ron Wallin, president

On behalf of the WhidbeyHealth Board of Commissioners

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