For top quality, comprehensive health services on the big island of Hawaii, residents turn to the West Hawaii Community Health Center. Driven by the practice of “Malama pono”—caring for others in a way that is right—these medical professionals provide diverse health services for patients of all ages. In pursuit of its goal to provide access to health care for all members of the community, the center features four service locations: Kailua-Kona, Kealakehe, Kealakekua, and Waikoloa.
West Hawaii Community Health Center’s service offering runs the gamut from mental health counseling and diabetic care to dentistry and general primary care. Their team of dedicated professionals includes psychiatrists, family doctors, primary care physicians, and women’s health experts, among others.
From the physicians to the administrative staff, the many people working at West Hawaii Community Health Center believe in every individual’s right to healthcare. That is why they treat every person who walks through their doors, regardless of their ability to pay. You do not have to worry about getting turned away here.
The health center’s roots date back to 2002 when a local meeting was called to discuss how to meet the healthcare needs of West Hawaii’s most vulnerable populations. Just three years later, West Hawaii Community Center opened its doors to the public. Since then, the health center has stayed true to its mission to provide top quality medical services that allow productive individuals and families to live in “lokahi” (unity). Visit their website or call (808) 326-5629 to find out more.