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The current doctor shortage — the number of additional physicians Hawaiʻi needs right now to adequately support its population — is projected between 593 and 830 doctors. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director A preliminary analysis of this year’s surveys of licensed physicians in Hawaiʻi shows that the supply of working doctors has decreased by […]

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Pictured: U.S. Representative Ed Case walks across the Kakaʻako campus speaking with Aaron Joyo, AHEC Hawaiʻi Careers Opportunity Program Associate. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Congressman Ed Case and members of his team delivered surplus MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) preparation books to leaders of a federal program at the […]

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Pictured: RADM Louis Tripoli, Command Surgeon, INDOPACOM. Deborah M. Dimaya photo. “What I’m trying to do in our partnership with the University of Hawaii is to unite (our) efforts into one great strategic idea that will help us move forward with regard to improving health … in the Pacific Islands and territories,” said RADM Louis […]

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Date: April 10th, 2019 in AHEC, Donors, Giving, JABSOM News, UH Manoa, Willed Body Program

Pictured: Linda Coble with her late husband, Kirk Matthews. Photo courtesy of Linda Coble. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, UH Med Now Correspondent Linda Coble, Hawaii’s first female television news anchor, sat down with HI Now Daily to discuss the decision of her late husband,. Kirk Matthews, to become a part of the Willed Body Program […]

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Pictured: Middle schoolers enact an emergency transport during the 2017 Joint Healthcare Opportunities Conference The John A. Burns School of Medicine invites all Oahu middle schoolers (6th to 8th graders) for an interactive day on campus exploring health careers! Come try out some of Hawaii’s most exciting jobs in the healthcare field! The Joint Healthcare […]

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