The 2018 Go Malama Report to Our Community includes the latest developments at Hilo Medical Center, Ka`u Hospital, Hala Ho`ola Hamakua and our 13 specialty clinics . The report can by read by clicking on the link. This year’s issue was published as a special insert in the Hawaii Tribune-Herald in October.
Click on the image to enlarge. Where: Hilo Medical Center, 1190 Waianuenue Avenue, Learning Center on the Second Floor Why: To Gather and Support Individuals Living with Diabetes and Their Caregivers When: 4:00-5:00 pm, Every First Tuesday of the Month Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes Urinating often Being thirsty more often than usual Being hungry more often than usual Being tired more often than usual Irritability Blurry vision Wounds that won’t heal Numb or tingling hands or feet For more information, contact Colleen Talich BSN, MBA, Certified Diabetes Educator, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call
CLICK ON THE AD TO ENLARGE. “So many people asked me if I was going to Oahu for my care,” said Mary Espejo who had two surgeries less than a month apart. “Why would I want to go to Oahu? People at Hilo Medical Center have been working hard to make this place so good.” “There has been a huge shift in attitude at our hospital that has made a whole lot of difference,” says Mary Espejo. “I felt like everyone