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JUST WALK Community Walking Program

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Join Queen’s North Hawaiʻi Community Hospital and the Native Hawaiian Health Program on a 40-minute weekly walk on Tuesdays at 8:30 am starting at the corner of Pukalani Rd. and Ala ‘Ōhi’a near Pukalani Stables.  Our Primary Care Clinic’s Native Hawaiian Health Program Kahu A Ola team will start the walk with a brief talk on a current health issue facing Native Hawaiians and many others in our community and then we’ll get walking!

No sign up is needed but walkers are asked to please check with their primary care provider before walking if there are health concerns. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring an umbrella as the walk will be held, rain or shine! COVID-19 precautions will be followed.

For questions, please call 881-4607 or email


An initiative of the Native Hawaiian Health Program, Kahu a Ola supports the healing of Native Hawaiians experiencing chronic illness through an integrated health care approach.

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