As a not-for-profit system of medical centers and clinics, we take our responsibility to the community seriously. Hawaii Pacific Health is dedicated to providing the best care possible for anyone who needs it, regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. We also recognize that an individual’s health is strongly impacted by factors beyond the health care they receive. Social, behavioral and environmental factors, such as education, income, diet and housing, are the most significant drivers of health in our community. This is why we are committed to working with our partners in the community to create a healthier Hawaii.
*Fiscal Year 2017 (July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017)
Total Community Benefit in FY17*
“Creating a healthier Hawaii”
Hawaii Pacific Health and its system of medical centers, clinics and health care professionals provide charity care to patients in need of public health services and in underserved areas, education and training programs that raise the standard of care, and health initiatives and new medical services to improve health outcomes over the long term.
Last fiscal year, Hawaii Pacific Health contributed more than $159 million to help create a healthier Hawaii.