Be Well

Wellness is an ongoing journey encompassing all aspects of health: physical, mental, social and emotional. Skagit Regional Health is here to help you Be Well by offering health education, classes, screenings and convenient access to local, expert care when and where you need it.

Care for you. Care for each other. Care to keep you healthy.

Skagit Regional Health is your partner in wellness. With our goal of building healthier communities, we are committed to helping you with all of your healthcare needs. This commitment includes:

  • Growing the number of primary care providers and advanced specialists available through Skagit Regional Health’s clinics and hospital campuses.
  • Helping you stay up to date on important health screenings.
  • Providing convenient virtual care options.
  • Offering podcasts and health-related classes to help you learn about and engage in behaviors that benefit your wellbeing.

We encourage you to make choices to support a healthy, balanced life, from engaging in regular exercise and proper nutrition to fostering supportive social connections and partnering with Skagit Regional Health for your healthcare needs. How will you Be Well?


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women after skin cancer. Mammography offers early detection of breast cancer. Skagit Regional Health offers 3D mammography in two convenient locations - in Mount Vernon at the Women's Imaging Center and in Arlington at Cascade Valley Hospital.

Breast Cancer Screening

Mammogram screenings can help reduce the mortality rate from breast cancer among women. Listen in as oncologist Michal Whiton, MD and radiologist Aaron Yu, MD, discuss who is most at risk for breast cancer, the benefits of 3D mammography and more.

Cancer Care Services Close to Home

Skagit Regional Health provides expert cancer care to residents in Northwest Washington. Our team of highly-trained cancer specialists provide comprehensive cancer care services to families across Skagit, Island and north Snohomish counties.

Be Well Podcast

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Classes and Screenings

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The Be Well Podcast - Tight muscles and return to play following injury

Sep 15, 2023, 15:02 PM
Jared Anderson, MD, Sports Medicine provider at Skagit Regional Health discusses tight muscles, why they happen, how to treat them and more.

Listen in as Jared Anderson, MD, Sports Medicine provider at Skagit Regional Health discusses tight muscles, why they happen, how to treat them and more.

Skagit Regional Health Podcast