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The Regular Board Meetings will meet in person starting June 01, 2022, at the JT Sheffield Industrial Park building, at 18850 103rd Ave SW, Vashon, WA 98070, at 7:00 PM. You can also join the public meeting online by clicking HERE

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Sea Mar FAQ is also available in Spanish! Respuestas para preguntas frecuentes – Disponibles ahora a

King County Public Hospital District 5 is the Vashon Health Care District, created by a vote of 70% of island residents in November 2019.

Public Hospital Districts are community-created, governmental entities authorized by state law to deliver health services—including but not limited to acute hospital care—to district residents and others in the districts’ service areas. Owned and governed by the local citizens, hospital districts tailor their services to meet the unique needs of their individual communities.

— Washington Association of Public Hospital Districts

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The board and individual commissioners are responsible for overseeing the hospital district’s policies and organization with respect to the operation of the district, including the delivery of quality patient care. In fulfilling its obligation, the board’s role is to adopt the necessary general policies to achieve these ends and to delegate the day-to-day operational responsibility with respect to these policies to the district administrator.


The Vashon Health Care District has five elected Commissioners who are the governing body of the district. Along with the district Superintendent, Eric Jensen, they make all of the decisions about the operations of the district.

Position #1 Don Wolczko, Secretary (Term ends 2023)

Position #2 Eric Pryne (Term ends 2023)

Position #3 Alan Aman (Term ends 2027)

Position #4 Wendy Noble (Term ends 2025)

Position #5 Tom Langland, President (Term ends 2025)

Photo left to right: Pryne, Noble, Langland, Brown and Wolzko

Photo left to right: Pryne, Noble, Langland, Brown and Wolzko

Tim Johnson

I have been a resident of  Vashon island since 2009.  My previous background was in frozen foods operations and brand management, but on Vashon I found a new calling in the nonprofit and public service sector. 

I have chaired the Vashon Maury Island Community Council, served on the board of Vashon Be Prepared, been a member of the Vashon Maury Health Collaborative, and served on the executive committee for the campaign to create this very Health District. 

Professionally, I have had the immense honor and pleasure of being the business manager for Granny’s Attic for the past eleven years. 

I’m a people person, and if we haven’t met, we should fix that immediately!