News & Current Events
Pali Momi Medical Center invited women to get together for an evening of pampering and learning. The event featured spa-like activities, a cooking demonstration, physician experts speaking on women's health and prize giveaways.
Hawaii Pacific Health invites the public to a free community health event to learn about arthritis and other orthopedic-related conditions from Hawaii Pacific Health physicians, who will present on an array of treatments and methods to manage arthritis, and provide information on managing orthopedic-related conditions that help improve one’s quality of life.
On National Pancake Day, Oahu IHOP restaurants will offer each guest a free short stack of their famous buttermilk pancakes to raise funds for Kapiolani, Hawaii's only Children's Miracle Network hospital.
Hawaii Pacific Health President & CEO Ray Vara provides a statement on discussion with Maui Memorial Medical Center.
Nearly a Million HawaiianMiles gifted to Kapiolani through the Radio Flyer Program at Hawaii Public Radio
Neighbor island families in need now have a chance to travel to Oahu to be with their sick or injured child at Kapiolani thanks to Hawaii Public Radio (HPR) members and Hawaiian Airlines.
Due to the overwhelming support of generous donors from our community, the Campaign for Hawaii's Children has exceeded its $30 million goal and has officially raised $35,082,930 in support of the Phase I renovation and expansion of Kapiolani.
Healthgrades Honors Straub for Clinical Excellence, Patient Safety and Outstanding Patient Experience
Straub Clinic & Hospital today announced that it has been recognized with three national awards for clinical excellence, patient safety and outstanding patient experience from Healthgrades, a leading online resource providing comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals.
Designed to rate how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections, the latest Hospital Safety Score honored Pali Momi Medical Center with an “A” – its top grade in patient safety.
Designed to rate how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections, the latest Hospital Safety Score honored Straub Clinic & Hospital with an “A” – its top grade in patient safety.
Wednesday, February 19, was an exciting day as Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children broke ground on the first new building in the multi-year plan to expand and rebuild the hospital.