HONOLULU – The Queen’s Health System has announced plans to further improve access to COVID-19 vaccines by opening vaccination clinics in its Physicians Office Building II on Lusitana Street in Honolulu and at Queen’s Island Urgent Care – Kahala.
- The POB II vaccination clinic will open its doors Friday, February 25, 2022. Its hours of operation will be from 6:45 am – 6:20 pm every day except Sundays.
- The Kahala vaccination clinic will begin operations Monday, February 28, 2022. Vaccines will be available from 8:00 am – 7:45 pm every day except Sundays.
Both clinics will offer the Pfizer vaccine for those five years of age or older, and the Moderna vaccine for anyone 18 years of age or older.
Appointment scheduling will be available at covid.queens.org/vaccine or by calling 808-691-2222. Walk-ins will also be accepted.
As the new clinics prepare to launch operations, Queen’s will be transitioning out of the Neal Blaisdell Center, effective February 27, 2022, capping a memorable and fulfilling 13 months of administering vaccines at that location to members of the community.
“Since opening the Blaisdell clinic in late January 2021, our team at that site has administered more than 200,000 vaccine doses to the people of Hawai‘i. That number includes more than 43,000 shots for kupuna age 75 and older,” said Jason Chang, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, The Queen’s Health System. “We thank all of our hard-working caregivers who have shown such dedication during this monumental effort to protect our community against COVID.”
Meanwhile, Queen’s will continue its efforts to reach underserved communities through its mobile vaccination clinics.
Since COVID-19 vaccines became available in December 2020, more than 402,000 doses have been administered in hospitals and clinics across The Queen’s Health System.