Affiliated Healthcare Facilities
Castle Medical Center
At 160 beds, Castle is the primary health care facility for the windward side of the island of Oʻahu. It is a member of a Seventh-day Adventist health care system, Adventist Care, and is newly-affiliated with UH-JABSOM.
Hawaiʻi State Hospital
Hawaiʻi State Hospital is Hawaiʻi’s public hospital dedicated to serving adults with serious mental illnesses and serves as an integral part of the continuum of mental health care statewide. At 168 beds, it is the largest inpatient facility dedicated solely to mental health services, and is a major clinical training site for the UH-JABSOM Department of Psychiatry.
Hilo Medical Center With 264 beds, 130 of them designated acute care, Hilo Medical Center (HMC) is the largest facility in the Hawaiʻi Health Systems Corporation and on the island of Hawaiʻi, and provides a full range of health care services to the community.
Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center & Clinic
Kaiser Foundation Hospital is a component of Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest nonprofit, group-practice health plan and utilizes a team approach to providing high-quality care and service. Its medical center on Oʻahu is presently in expansion, from 250 to 318 beds.
Kalihi-Palama Health Center
The Kalihi-Palama Health Center provides preventive and primary outpatient health care in a respectful, caring and culturally sensitive environment.
Kapiʻolani Medical Center for Women and Children
Kapi’olani Medical Center, a Hawaiʻi Pacific Health hospital, is the largest hospital in Hawai’i specializing in maternity and infant care, and is the only Level III tertiary medical facility of its type in the Pacific Basin. It is the primary training site for the the Departments of Pediatrics and Obstetrics-Gynecology and also for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship program.
Pali Momi Medical Center
Pali Momi Medical Center, a Hawaiʻi Pacific Health Hospital, is an acute care facility in Oʻahu’s Central-Leeward area and provides care principally for the area’s adult population. Pali Momi is the primary hospital supporter for the JABSOM Family Medicine Residency Program.
Kōkua Kalihi Valley Health Center
Kōkua Kalihi Valley has a staff of 80 who speak 17 different languages and specializes in offering integrated outpatient services from five locations, three in public housing.
Kuakini Medical Center
Kuakini Medical Center is a general 250-bed multi-service hospital founded in 1900 by the Hawaiʻi Japanese community, with special focus on care of the elderly. It is the clinical training site of the UH-JABSOM Department of Geriatric Medicine.
In addition to tuberculosis services and long-term care inpatient services, Lēʻahi Hospital operates an Adult Day Health Center and the Lēʻahi Geriatric Outpatient Clinic. It is a component of the Hawaiʻi Health Systems Corporation.
Maui Memorial Medical Center
Founded in 1884 and now a 231-bed facility, Maui Memorial Medical Center provides comprehensive medical care to both urban and rural communities of the island of Maui. It serves as a training site for medical students in the 6L program, as well as those on electives.
Queen Emma Clinics
The Queen Emma Clinics are an affiliate of The Queen’s Medical Center. They strive to provide the highest quality health care and are committed to the education of its health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and social workers. It is a major training site for residents in the training programs of the Departments of Medicine, Orthopedics, and Surgery.
The Queen’s Medical Center
At 533 beds, of which 505 are acute, The Queen’s Medical Center is the largest private hospital in Hawai‘i and the leading medical referral center in the Pacific Basin. It was founded in 1859 by Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV, it is the main trauma center in the Pacific Basin and serves as host to UH-JABSOM clinical departments including Medicine, Orthopaedics, Psychiatry, and Surgery.
Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific
Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific is the only hospital-based acute care medical rehabilitation organization serving both Hawai‘i and the Pacific Region, with 100 beds.
Shriners Hospital for Children
The Honolulu Shriners Hospital is a 40-bed pediatric hospital at the base of Manoa Valley, providing comprehensive orthopaedic care to children at no charge. It is presently undergoing a major building project.
Spark M. Matsunaga Veterans Affairs Medical Center
As the Honolulu campus of the Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Health Care System, the Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center (VAMC) and its array of clinics in the Hawaiian Islands, Guam, and American Samoa, provide veterans with easy access to health care. It is affiliated for provision of inpatient services with the adjacent Tripler Army Medical Center.
Straub Medical Center
Straub Medical Center, a Hawaiʻi Pacific Health Hospital is multi-specialty hospital. It houses the sole burn center in Hawai’i and serves as a training site for the Internal Medicine and Surgery residency programs.
The Physician Center at Mililani
The Physician Center at Mililani, the home of University Health Partners of Hawaiʻi – Family Medicine, is the principal outpatient training site for residents in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. They are also one of the few health providers providing comprehensive primary care services to those underserved patients in Central Oʻahu and the North Shore.
Tripler Army Medical Center
Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) is the largest joint services military treatment facility in the Pacific Basin, and shares a campus with the Spark M. Matsunaga Veterans Affairs Medical Center. JABSOM students and residents rotate in a number of TAMC programs.
Wahiawā General Hospital
Wahiawā General Hospital is a nonprofit facility committed to providing personalized care to Central Oʻahu and North Shore residents.