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    In today’s hectic world, health care options can be difficult to understand and health care sys- tems can be difficult to navigate, which is especially true in these try- ing times of the coronavirus. Even amid this pandemic, The Queen’s Health Systems has remained fo- cused on its mission to provide qual- ity care to Native Hawaiians and all the people of Hawaiʻi by opening primary care and urgent care clinics in Kāhala.
ROBERT WALKER, clinic manager for The Queen’s Health Care Centers – Kāhala
Focused On Providing Quality Care
Bank building was beautifully reno- vated to house a primary care clinic, physical therapy and an urgent care clinic with an on-site X-ray located in what used to be the bank’s vault. Clinics are state of the art with our team focusing on both urgent and wellness care for patients of all ages from keiki to kūpuna.
extended care team is comprised of nurse care coordinators, pharmacists, psychologists and dietitians, as well as other resources from the Queen’s Clinically Integrated Physician Net- work. The core and extended care teams work together to help connect patients with the right resources at the right time. The teams provide re- sources and education that empower patients to maximize both their emo- tional and physical well-being.
 We launched Queen’s Island Ur- gent Care (QIUC) in August 2020 and The Queen’s Health Care Cen- ters – Kāhala (QHCC Kāhala) three months later as part of our growth in primary care services in the com- munity. The old American Savings
QIUC providers are trained in emergency and primary care med- icine, and see walk-ins with minor injuries or illnesses. The physical therapy team helps patients preserve mobility, which is essential to main- taining good health. The providers at QHCC Kāhala utilize a team-based care model with the core team con- sisting of physicians, nurse practi- tioners and medical assistants. Their
QHCC Kāhala is located at 1215 Hunakai St. Call 691-8200 to sched- ule an appointment. Providers are taking new patients of all ages.
The team at The Queen’s Health Care Centers – Kāhala is ready to meet the primary care and urgent care needs of the East O‘ahu community. PHOTOS COURTESY THE QUEEN’S HEALTH SYSTEMS
QIUC, also located at 1215 Hu- nakai St., is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Call 735- 0007.
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