PAPA OLA LŌKAHI
In these changing and challenging times, there’s nothing more important than taking care of your families and yourselves. We will make it through these times because of the aloha we have for one another.
Closing our offices at Papa Ola Lōkahi will better enable us to protect those we love and those we tend to so we that we are better able to serve our greater community.
The Papa Ola Lōkahi office in Kaka‘ako is closed.
NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The application cycle closed on March 15, 2020. Applications are being processed and interviews are being scheduled via teleconference. Mahalo to all applicants and your families for your understanding and flexibility.
NATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS
All five Systems have cancelled community workshops, classes, support groups, and other outreach activities and gatherings until further notice.
Clinical services are cut back on all islands. Across all locations, patients should call for pre-screening before entering so all patients and staff can be best protected from exposure.
- Ho‘ōla Lāhui Hawai‘i. On Kaua‘i, COVID-19 testing is being done for current patients.
- Ke Ola Mamo. On O‘ahu, urgent dental and lomilomi services are reduced but still available.
- Hui No Ke Ola Pono. On Maui, closed to walk-in traffic.
- Nā Pu‘uwai. Offices on Lāna‘i and Molokai. Adult day care on Molokai is still open. Fitness center is closed. Clinic is open to urgent care only.
- Hui Mālama Ola Na ‘Ōiwi. On Hawai‘i Island, call before showing up for your appointment.
Papa Ola Lōkahi is sharing information about COVID-19 and the coronavirus that causes the illness, where to get help, and tips on how protecting ourselves, our families and our communities, and how to cope as we move forward.
Mahalo to all the clinicians, caregivers and support staff that are holding it down on the front line. Mahalo to all the service providers, delivery people, food preparers, and those who are maintaining our safety and security throughout our islands. We are sending our aloha to our kūpuna and our keiki and to all at home caring for one another.
Wash your hands. Stay informed. Avoid leaving home. Check on one another. Mālama kekahi i kekahi.