Native Hawaiian Health

Established in 2007, the Native Hawaiian Health Program has a vision to enhance the ola pono (health, well-being) of Native Hawaiians by elevating their overall health status to a level comparable with that of other ethnic groups in Hawaii. In support of this vision, The Queen’s Health Systems made a long-term commitment to provide in perpetuity quality health care services by aligning its strengths with the priority health needs of Native Hawaiians.

The four goals of the Native Hawaiian Health Program are:

  1. Improving clinical outcomes for Native Hawaiians
  2. Increasing access to Queen’s services and improving outreach to the Native Hawaiian community
  3. Providing health care training opportunities for Native Hawaiians
  4. Conducting and participating in research that will help improve Native Hawaiian health

Download the Native Hawaiian Health Program Report