Hawaii Pacific Health is a not-for-profit health care network of hospitals, clinics, physicians and care providers dedicated to the mission of improving the health and well-being of the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Region. Anchored by its four hospitals—Kapiolani, Pali Momi, Straub and Wilcox—Hawaii Pacific Health includes more than 50 convenient locations and service sites statewide. As the state’s largest health care provider, Hawaii Pacific Health’s network of doctors and specialists provide a distinctive model of coordinated care to treat everything from the common cold to the most complex medical conditions. Its not-for-profit mission means all earnings are reinvested into improving medical equipment and facilities. It also means we invest in research, education and training as well as charity care for under-served people within our island community. Hawaii Pacific Health also places an emphasis on high-quality care using sophisticated electronic health record technology to reduce unnecessary medical tests and increase patient satisfaction. But technology alone does not explain why our patients are some of the most satisfied in the nation. Compassionate care, delivered face-to-face, hand-in-hand, hundreds of times every day—this is what defines the care providers of Hawaii Pacific Health. It is the reason why, for generations of islanders, Kapiolani, Pali Momi, Straub and Wilcox are the preferred choices for quality health care in Hawaii. Hawaiian Language DisplayHawaii Pacific Health and its member hospitals honor the Hawaiian language and its use of diacritical marks, the glottal stop and the macron (okina and kahako). While we use these marks in our communication materials, we have omitted them in our online platforms as they are often limited in their ability to display these marks. To determine when diacritical marks should be used, refer to Hawaiian Dictionary and Place Names of Hawaii, published by UH Press.