Social Work at The Queen’s Health System assists with complex discharge planning needs and counseling services to help with critical decision making and adjustment to illness. Our licensed social workers are trained to help you through the course of your medical journey.
Each social worker at The Queen’s Medical Center holds a Master’s Degree from an accredited University and adheres to the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics. Staff are credentialed as Licensed Social Workers or Licensed Clinical Social Workers and are experts in areas such as crisis intervention, community resources, emotional distress, family support, pain and palliative care, and trauma. We believe advocating for the needs of our patients and their families generates stronger communities.
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The Queen’s Health System to Ease Visitor Restrictions at The Queen’s Medical Center’s Punchbowl and West Oʻahu Campuses
The Queen’s Health System (QHS) announced today that it will begin easing visitor restrictions at The Queen’s Medical Center’s two campuses effective Monday, February 21.
QHS Names Roy Esaki, MD, Chief Health Informatics Officer, QHS; Ashley Shearer Director of Care Coordination, UM & CDI, QMC; Scott Wotring Director of Food & Nutrition Services, Environmental Services & CTS, QHS
HONOLULU – The Queen’s Health System (QHS) has announced the following appointments. Roy Esaki, MD, MS, FASA, has been named Chief Health Informatics Officer (CHIO)