Workers provide a wide variety of services that help Native Hawaiians access health care such as assistance in applying for health care insurance, financial aid and referrals to medical practitioners, including Native Hawaiian healers. They also work with community organizations and providers in developing partnerships to further improve health care access
For additional assistance, please contact an outreach worker in your community.
- Ko`olauloa 232-2222
- Ko`olaupoko 259-6666
- Urban-Honolulu 845-4646
- Waianae 668-1110
Our clinic is now open. Please call 440-6852 to schedule an appointment. The clinic is located at Kuakini Medical Center in the Diamond Head Physician Tower.
Ke Ola Mamo’s physician nurse, dietitian , and social worker provide primary health care services, whether in-office or in-home, including medical exams, help applying for free medication through Hawaii Prescription Care, help with medication management, health and nutrition education, and one-on-one nutrition education and mental health counseling.
The goal of ʻImi Hale is to reduce cancer incidence and mortality among Native Hawaiians. ʻImi Hale’s Cancer Awareness Network provides information dissemination to Communities State wide.
In partnership with the State Department of Health, this program offers free breast & cervical information and education, clinical breast exams, mammograms and pelvic/pap tests to qualified applicants.
American Indian & Alaskan Native Healthcare
Hawaii Project provides health care access to Native Americans and Alaska Nativeʻs residing within the State of Hawaii.