In 1938, Wilcox opened as a community hospital to serve the people of Kauai. Today, it is a state-of-the-art, Level III Trauma Center. While times and technology have changed, the medical center, built for the community, remains steadfast in its dedication to providing families and visitors with accessible, quality care.
*FY21, July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021. Includes the financial summary of benefits provided to Hawaii from Wilcox Health
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Total Community Benefit in FY21*
Creating a healthier Hawaii
As part of the Hawaii Pacific Health system and its not-for-profit mission, Wilcox provides 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. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Wilcox offered on-site community testing, a respiratory clinic, and telehealth options, and participated in a cohesive public health response in collaboration with the Department of Health and other health care providers.
Last fiscal year, Wilcox contributed more than $27 million toward improving the community’s health.