Founded in 1938, Wilcox Medical Center is a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to providing the Kauai community with accessible, quality health care.
Kauai Medical Clinic began in 1966 as Kauai Medical Group, when Wilcox Medical Center built an outpatient clinic adjacent to the hospital. In 1996, the clinic changed its name to Kauai Medical Clinic and formally affiliated with Wilcox. Together, they are known as Wilcox Health.
Wilcox Medical Center is the largest medical facility on Kauai. It is a state-of-the-art acute care facility with a full suite of services across 22 specialties including cardiology, emergency, family practice, gastroenterology, internal medicine, neurology, OB/GYN, oncology, orthopedics, pediatrics and urology. Its 20-bed emergency department is the first neighbor island facility to obtain a Level III Trauma designation. The hospital also has 4 birthing suites, 7 intensive care beds and 20 same day surgery beds.
Kauai Medical Clinic is the island’s largest clinic and only multi-specialty medical group. More than 90 physicians and mid-level providers offer care in 20 medical specialties.
View our At a Glance fact sheet for additional information about Wilcox Medical Center and Kauai Medical Clinic.
Hawaiian Language Display
Hawaii 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.