Double board certified physician now practicing in Freeland

Alex Kosloff, MD has joined the medical staff at WhidbeyHealth is now seeing patients at the organization’s primary care location in Freeland.

Kosloff is board certified in both internal medicine and geriatrics; he received his medical degree from St. Louis University in St. Louis, Mo.

“I’m so impressed with Dr. Kosloff’s abilities and manner,” said clinic Manager Kay Draper, in a recent news release. “He is a wonderful new presence at our clinic and we’re so thrilled to have another primary care provider in Freeland.”

The scope of Dr. Kosloff’s care includes all phases of adulthood. Encouraging prevention, helping patients deal with illness and listening closely to understand their needs are among his main goals.

WhidbeyHealth Primary Care is located at 5486 Harbor Ave. in Freeland. It’s open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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