The Queen's Medical Center Stands Up Triage Tent to Help With COVID-19 Surge

08.16.2021

HONOLULU – The Queen’s Medical Center has erected a triage tent outside of its emergency department to help care for the influx of potential COVID-19 patients in need of medical services.

The triage tent will be used to assess stable patients with symptoms of COVID-19 in order to determine the level of care needed.  The tent will also help separate potential COVID-19 patients from non-COVID patients.

The tent will be used during high volume periods normally between 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

Asymptomatic individuals should refrain from visiting the tent.  In addition, the tent is not administering vaccinations or conducting walk-up COVID-19 testing.  COVID-19 vaccinations on Oahu are being administered at:

·Blaisdell Center Pikake Room

·The Queen’s Medical Center-West Oahu

For more information on our mobile vaccination clinics and those located at our Physicians Office Buildings (Punchbowl and West) with convenient locations and hours, please visit covid.queens.org/vaccine or call 808-691-2222.

COVID-19 testing is available at all Queen’s Island Urgent Care locations in Hawaii Kai, Kahala, Kapahulu, Kakaako, Pearl Kai, and Ewa.  For more information call 808-735-0007.

If you have specific questions about COVID-19, you can contact our COVID-19 infoline at 808-691-2619.  Information is also available on our website covid.queens.org.

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