Hawaii Pacific Health is a nonprofit health care system that serves Hawaii and the Pacific Region. Hawaii Pacific Health operates a system of hospitals, outpatient facilities, and a cancer center that staffs over 1,300 physicians system-wide. Hawaii Pacific Health has been instrumental in its community throughout its tenure. By operating as a non-profit organization, Hawaii Pacific Health reinvests all profits back into its healthcare system, community services, and patient-centered health programs. Each year, Hawaii Pacific Health continues to support its patients by providing over $10 million in charity care.
Hawaii Pacific Health is rated in the top 5% of all healthcare systems nationwide. They are committed to providing top-notch, affordable, and personalized care. Hawaii Pacific Health publishes Your Health magazine to keep its patients abreast of current health topics and utilizes electronic medical records that allow patients to communicate with healthcare providers over the internet and smartphones.
Hawaii Pacific Healthcare uses a variety of cancer services and innovative therapies to treat each patient. Cancer services are offered at the Straub Cancer Center, Wilcox Memorial Hospital, Kapi’olani Medical Center, and Pali Momi Medical Center. Access to radiation oncology, chemotherapy, and surgical oncology are provided, as well as individualized care programs.
Through the patient-centered cancer care approach, Hawaii Pacific Healthcare physicians aim to maximize comfort, rehabilitation, and specialized treatments. Hawaii Pacific Health’s hospitals have ACR-ASTRO accreditation for performing radiation oncology, a service designed to both treat and alleviate a cancer patient’s pain. Additionally, clinical trials, palliative care, state-of-the-art diagnostics and imaging services, pathology, transfusions, nutrition counseling, and complementary and alternative medical services are offered.