The Palm Tree Gift Shop and the Hilo Medical Center Auxiliary awarded 12 scholarships, for Fall semester 2018, totaling $15,000 to nursing students attending the University of Hawaii at Hilo and Hawaii Community College. Each recipient received a check for $1,500 which will go towards funding their nursing education. These 12 nursing students were chosen among 40 applicants from the nursing schools. The recipients this year were: Kaitlyn Ashida Caroline Bergstrom Crystal Dasalla Ashley Fujie-Fukuki Jasmine Higa Arissa Nakagawa Chloe Nishioka Jodi Peralta Maria Pikini Marla Saragosa Michal Wanatowicz Kaimalie Zirker Funds for the
The 2018 Go Malama Report to Our Community includes the latest developments at Hilo Medical Center, Ka`u Hosptial, 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.
By STEPHANIE SALMONS Hawaii Tribune-Herald Hospitals throughout the country are now required to make a list of standard charges available online. Hospitals already were required to establish, update and make public lists of their standard charges for services and items provided. But to make the information more widely available, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services updated existing guidelines, which starting Tuesday require hospitals to make that information available online in a machine-readable format. Click on the link for the full text of the
Saturday, January 12, 2019 | 1:30 PM—2:30 PM Ka’u Hospital 1 Kamani Street in Pahala The East Hawai’i Regional Board of Directors of the Hawai’i Health Systems Corporation (HHSC) is holding its annual community meeting on Saturday, January 12 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm at Ka’u Hospital, located at 1 Kamani Street in Pahala. All residents are invited and encouraged to attend. An overview of the operations and financial condition of all facilities as well as a view toward the future will be presented. Ample
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
Hilo Medical Center is documenting the progress of Ken Goodenow and Dawn Pung in their journey to reverse their cardiac disease through Dr. Dean Ornish scientifically proven program consisting of exercise, nutrition, stress management and group support. For more information about Hui Pono, Ornish Lifestyle Medicine Program at Hilo Medical Center, call 932-3455. Ken Goodenow — click on the images to see the full text: Dawn Pung — click on the image to see the full text: