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United General Medical Center Support

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We care about our community. We know you do too.

As a 25-bed critical access hospital, United General supports communities throughout Skagit County including Sedro-Woolley, Mt. Vernon, Burlington, and the rural towns of Concrete, Bow, Lyman, Marblemount, Rockport, Clear Lake, and Hamilton.

In addition to general acute care, a 24/7 Level IV emergency department, surgery, and swing beds, United General provides various specialty services including breast care, cardiology, a cancer center, diagnostic imaging, gastroenterology, neurology, pulmonary rehabilitation, pulmonology, and orthopedics.

Your support of United General Medical Center helps to ensure access to exceptional clinicians and advanced technology for your family, friends and neighbors in familiar and nurturing surroundings.

Every gift is meaningful. Thank you.

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The Power of Community

Gifts from the community allow us to offer a helping hand to vulnerable patients when they need it the most—and that uplifts us all.

Your generosity embodies the power of philanthropy and the power of community to create greater hope and healing in the lives of our loved ones, neighbors and friends.

Support the United General Medical Center Foundation

Current Needs

Your support of the foundation helps to ensure our continued ability to care for patients in this time of unprecedented need.

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Honor Excellent Care

You can choose to honor a special physician, nurse, or caregiver who made a positive impact on your patient experience or that of a loved one.

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Planned Giving

When you include PeaceHealth Foundations in your estate plan, your generosity supports good health, prevention and community well-being. 

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Meet Our Team

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Amber Asbjornsen

Chief Philanthropy Officer, Northwest Network

Amber Asbjornsen is Chief Philanthropy Officer, Northwest network, having joined PeaceHealth in 2023. Amber leads the fundraising team and both foundations’ board of directors in creating new sources of funding to ensure that patients receive the highest quality of care. She also works with senior leadership to raise funds that align with the organization’s strategic goals and Mission.

Amber provides philanthropy leadership to the network development staff and the volunteer boards for PeaceHealth St. Joseph, United General and Ketchikan foundations. Amber works closely with providers and key leaders to build upon the culture of gratitude in the Northwest network.

Amber comes to PeaceHealth after 19 years in development positions of increasing responsibility at Western Washington University (WWU) in Bellingham. Most recently, Amber was WWU’s senior director of development, closely working with university leaders to centralize the fundraising efforts and create a structured team to achieve the university’s fundraising goals. 

Amber moved from Reno, Nevada to attend WWU where she earned her bachelor’s degree in English. She lives in Bellingham and enjoys outdoor activities with her family.