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The Queen’s Health System Holds Blessing for the Emergency Department at The Queen’s Medical Center-Wahiawā


On Friday, May 24, The Queen’s Health System held a blessing for its Emergency Department located at The Queen’s Medical Center-Wahiawā.

Government leaders, representatives from city and state agencies, as well as members of the Wahiawa Hospital Association attended the blessing.

Services at the hospital will include emergency services, imaging, and laboratory services.  Various upgrades and modifications have been made in the clinical care setting which includes improvements to the electronic medical record platform to assist with care coordination, resulting in a seamless delivery of care for patients.  Upgrades have also been made to the facility’s flooring and air handling units.

The Emergency Department opened on Thursday, May 30 at 8:00 a.m.

In addition to providing high quality compassionate care, patients will have access to a broad network of physicians, specialists and services through Queen’s University Medical Group (QUMG). With more than 700 physicians and specialists, QUMG provides expanded clinical services and resources for specialized care.

“We are very much looking forward to the opening of the Emergency Department at The Queen’s Medical Center-Wahiawā,” said Robin Kalohelani, RN, MSN/Ed, CCM, FACHE, Regional Vice President for Operations, Central and West Oahu, Associate Chief Nursing Officer.  “We know there is a high demand for emergency services and we are committed to serving the needs of the people in those communities for the long term with high quality, compassionate care.”

The Queen’s Medical Center-Wahiawā is located at 128 Lehua Street, Wahiawa, HI 96786.

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