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Liver Center at The Queen’s Medical Center

Liver Center – The Queen’s Medical Center
Physicians Office Building 3 (POB 3), Suite 501

550 S. Beretania Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Phone:
808-691-8838 

Fax:
808-691-8839

Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Liver Center

The Liver Center located at The Queen’s Medical Center is a center of excellence for the management of liver health and illness. Patients receive evaluation and management of liver disease, including in-office Fibroscan, a non-invasive evaluation of liver fibrosis.

Our expert care team includes gastroenterologists, hepatologists, internists, physician assistants and a nurse practitioner. The multidisciplinary approach we have for your care will provide you with a comprehensive diagnosis and plan for treatment.

About Us

The Queen’s Liver Center is the only center of excellence for the management of liver health and illness in Hawaii. We provide evaluation and management of liver disease, including in-office Fibroscan, a non-invasive evaluation of liver fibrosis. It is our mission to:

Our Services

The Liver Center at The Queen’s Medical Center provides treatment for liver diseases including:

Our Services

The Liver Center at The Queen’s Medical Center provides treatment for liver diseases including:

We also provide consultations for:

Resources For Physicians

Thank you for choosing The Queen’s Liver Center for your patient’s care.

To refer your patient to the Liver Center, initiate an electronic referral via Epic (Care*Link) or fax us the referral forms provided below.

Fax: 808-691-8839

New Patient referral Form

New Patient Medical Profile Form

Fibroscan Only Referral Form

Acknowledgment Form

Contact Us

We look forward to assisting you! If you have any questions about the Liver Center services, please contact us through the address and phone number listed below.

If you are having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately.

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