The Queen’s Health System consists of full-time doctors employed by The Queen’s University Medical Group, contracted doctors, and providers operating in independent practice.
When you join the Queen’s team of physicians, you’ll become part of a group of compassionate and highly skilled medical colleagues focused on patient-centered care.
We employ physicians across 17 subspecialties, including primary care and speciality care physicians at the hospital and the surrounding community.
Physicians at Queen’s work across the islands in these facilities:
If you are interested in a physician job in Hawai‘i at The Queen’s Health System, our Provider Recruitment Department is ready to assist you.
As a provider at Queen’s, you will receive the following benefits.
Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans from Queen’s give you medical, surgical, and hospital coverage. With unlimited lifetime maximums, our PPOs also come with a robust prescription drug plan and vision benefits.
Queen’s participates in the Hawaii Dental Service plan, which provides coverage for routine exams and cleaning, along with other dental services like Preventative Care, Oral Surgery, Restorative Dentistry, Endodontics, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics.
Queen’s covers eligible health expenses that fall outside of your health insurance plan, including co-payments, deductibles, and other out-of-pocket expenses you might incur.
Many of our employees caring for dependents on their own or with working spouses require care for their children or elderly dependents. Queen’s may offer reimbursement for day care fees, preschool, and after-school care.
You may also qualify for our dependent spending account as an employee caring for any dependents with mental or physical disabilities, or for an elderly dependent.
As an employee of The Queen’s Health System, you are eligible to enroll in our 401(k) retirement plan. You can elect to have up to 100% of your paycheck deducted and placed into a tax-sheltered retirement savings account. Queen’s offers matching contributions.
Paid Time Off (PTO) is an important part of our benefits package. In addition to the ten holidays per year that are automatically included in your PTO bank, you accumulate additional PTO according to your seniority.
In addition to PTO, you may be eligible to accrue time for Extended Sick Leave (ESL). ESL is kept in a separate bank from your PTO hours.
Queen’s life insurance plans provide basic term life coverage for non-bargaining, full-time employees. You can also purchase Supplemental and Dependent Life Plans to augment your existing policy.
Our long term disability insurance gives you a portion of your income if you become disabled or unable to work. We base the benefit on your pre-disability monthly salary and coordinate it with any other income benefits you might receive (e.g. social security and worker’s compensation).
We provide accidental death and dismemberment insurance to be paid to your chosen beneficiary if you pass away or are injured as the result of an on-the-job accident.
With a commitment to diversity and inclusion, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Learn more about “EEO is the Law and EEO is the Law Poster Supplement“
When you pursue a career as a provider at Queen’s, you’ll benefit from colleague support in a health system that really puts patients first.
While our native doctors know all about the wonders of our island state, if you plan on relocating to Queen’s from the mainland, check out our relocation page.
If you have any questions, please contact Provider Recruitment at (808) 691-7353.
If you’re interested in a career as a physician at Queen’s, you can contact our Physician Recruitment Department at 808-691-7353 or email us at PhysicianRecruitment@Queens.org