Letter: WhidbeyHealth has real leadership during pandemic


I am a medical technologist at WhidbeyHealth Medical Center. I’ve worked here intermittently since 1993. I am the person performing all the laboratory tests ordered by your provider.

WhidbeyHealth has been through great turmoil during the period I have worked here. I can say that, now, I have never been prouder to work there.

Hospital CEO Ron Telles started positive change, and it is evident everywhere as we deal with this pandemic. We have real leadership during this crisis. We have clear, constant communication. Employee concerns are addressed. Staff are pulling together.

We are one entity, working together, helping each other to help maintain this community’s health.

Pamela Cassidy

Oak Harbor

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