Vital primary care services for the Orcas Island community
UW Medicine was pleased to begin offering medical care to island residents at the Orcas Island Clinic in 2017.
Partnering with the Orcas Medical Foundation, our clinic offers comprehensive primary care services and acute illness and injury care for the entire family as well as digital X-ray capabilities, advanced lab testing and a Virtual Clinic kiosk for urgent care needs.
We’re proud to ensure that high-quality medical care and information are available to all members of the Orcas Island community.
To help residents better understand the transition to UW Medicine from the clinic previously managed by Island Hospital, we developed a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
We accept most major insurance plans. Make your appointment for primary care services today.
A note about patient safety:
UW Medicine is committed to providing care in the safest environment possible. We demonstrate our commitment by washing our hands before examinations, asking you to confirm your identity by verifying your name and date of birth at key times and asking you to confirm the medications and allergies listed in your medical record to avoid errors, allergic reactions and drug interactions.
Our clinics do not provide supervision for children, but we are concerned for their safety during your visit. You or a responsible person must directly supervise children at all times while in the building. Please do not allow children to play near equipment, as they could injure themselves or damage the equipment.