Medical Transportation Services
We offer transportation to medical appointments in addition to grocery store and pharmacy trips. Our service can go as far as Bellingham to the north and Seattle to the south.
Our team also provides assistance for light housekeeping, errands, and yard work.
All services are based on the availability of volunteers. The services provided in this program are partially funded by government funding and through donations. To learn more about donating or becoming a driver, contact the Director Pat Weekley at 360-678-3373, 360-321-1600 or email email@example.com.
Learn More About Using Our Services
Whidbey Island Residents
Contact Pat Weekley
Phone: 360-678-3373 or 360-321-1600
Camano Island Residents
Contact Connie Johnson
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in Driving? Want To Help Others?
The Volunteer Services program needs more team members. More and more seniors are turning to us for help; unfortunately, we do not have enough volunteers to meet their needs.
If you like to drive, and own a car, and enjoy meeting new people then this is the volunteer program for you! Through volunteering, you will establish new friends, learn more about the the beautiful island and enjoy giving back.
Please contact Pat Weekley, the Director, at the contact information listed above.
FAQDo I qualify for these services?
You qualify if you are age 60+, or 18-50 and disabled.
What are the costs?
In lieu of a fee, a suggested donation of $.43 per mile, or whatever you can contribute is appreciated, however no one is turned away for inability to donate. Client pays for parking and ferry passes.
What region do you serve?
We provide transportation to/from Island, King, Whatcom, Skagit, and Snohomish Counties.
Can a family member or caregiver ride with me?
Yes, one person can accompany you. You must notify us in advance.
Can you transport wheelchairs?
Do you go off Island? Yes, to all surrounding communities such as King County, Whatcom County, Snohomish County, and of course Island County including Whidbey Island and Camano Island.
If I am using medical transportation services, can a family member, friend, medical attendant, or caregiver join me? You may have one person accompany you, however we must be informed in advance of this need.
I’m “Susan.” I’m totally deaf and have been for 20 years. I’m 62 and active. My husband is also active. We walk, swim, and dance. I love swaying in his arms. My sight is failing rapidly and I can’t drive anymore. I used to drive him to the regular medical appointments he needs but now I can’t. We needed help. Recently, we found the Medical Transportation program at ISR and now volunteer drivers take us. Because of them, we don’t have to move into the city and lose our home. On the last trip, my husband told the driver, “We couldn’t do this without you.” The driver smiled and answered, “I know,” that’s why I do it. I believe in helping now while I can. Someday, I’ll need someone to drive me.”
phone: 360-678-4886 or 360-321-6661
email: Pat Weekley