Letter: Hospital’s CEO needs to explain impact of change

Editor,

Rumor has it that WhidbeyHealth has terminated its contract with Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue. Specifically, what does this mean for our community? Will we still have access to our wonderful local ambulance service? Will we still have our highly trained EMTs?

I hopeRon Telles, CEO of WhidbeyHealth, will publicly respond with specific answers. I and others in the community support the hospital. We need to be informed.

Evelyn S. Daly

Coupeville

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