Becoming a Patient

Pre-Arrival Registration

Thank you for choosing to deliver your baby at The Queen's Medical Center. We highly encourage you to pre-register with our Admitting Department during your pregnancy, before you give birth. Pre-registering yourself as a patient will make your day of admission go much smoother.

Registration forms will also include:

  • Consent for Treatment and Care: Minors must have parents or legal guardians present to sign consent for treatment and care.
  • Advance Directives: If you are an adult, 18 years or older, Federal law requires us to ask if you have an advance directive, such as a living will or a durable power of attorney for health care. If you have an advance directive, please bring a copy of the document for your medical records. If you have questions regarding advance directives, please consult with your doctor or ask for Social Work assistance.

You may complete Maternity pre-registration by calling 808-691-4321 or by visiting the Admitting Office, located on hospital Level 1, via Pauahi Elevator.

Download OB Pre-Registration Form

Mail or submit the completed OB Pre-Registration form in person to:

Attn: Admitting
The Queen's Medical Center
1301 Punchbowl Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813


When your special day arrives and you are in labor, call Labor & Delivery at 808-691-4227 to notify them when you are on your way to the hospital. When you arrive, bypass Admitting and go directly up to the Labor and Delivery Unit on hospital Level 10, via Queen Emma Elevator. 

When arriving at the hospital during the day between the hours of 5:00 am - 8:00 pm, enter through the front lobby. If you arrive in the overnight hours from 8:00 pm - 5:00 am, the entrance to the medical center is through the Emergency Department, to maintain hospital security. There are wheelchairs available at both entrances.

Birth Plans

Birth plans should be discussed with your physician and sent to the hospital before your delivery, so we can be made aware of your preferences.

Frequently Asked Questions

Read about frequently asked questions concerning having your baby at The Queen's Medical Center.

Frequently Asked Questions