Waimānalo Health Center is committed to the health and safety of our patients, staff, and community. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and taking the necessary precautions to provide the safest and best care possible.


Telehealth: Telehealth provides patients health care wherever you are! Telehealth is available for medical, behavioral health, and nutrition counseling services. Learn more.

In-person visits: Masks are required. Please wear your facemask at all times correctly covering your mouth and nose. Masks can be requested from a staff member.

Call ahead: You can help protect yourself and others from the spread of illness. If you have fever or respiratory symptoms such as cough or difficulty breathing, please call us at (808) 259-7948 before coming to the health center. By calling ahead, precautions can be taken to prevent the spread of germs. Mahalo for your kōkua.


All COVID-19 tests require an appointment. Please call us at (808) 259-7948 to ask about getting tested. If you suspect you may have COVID-19, please self-isolate.


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In order to safely care for patients and to ensure safe practices for staff, Waimānalo Health Center is seeking the following donations:

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including latex-free/nitrile exam gloves, surgical/droplet masks, N-95 masks, etc.
  • Hand sanitizer with 60%+ alcohol
  • Pump hand soap
  • Disinfectant wipes

If you are able to support by providing a donation, please contact our Development Department at (808) 259-7949 or at

Monetary gifts are also extremely helpful in this time. Donations can be made securely online via PayPal or checks can be mailed to 41-1347 Kalaniana‘ole Hwy, Waimānalo, HI 96795.


Our top priority is patient safety and well-being. Here are a few highlights of measures taken in response to COVID-19.

  • We continue operating with enhanced procedures to ensure safety of patients and staff including: guidelines for patients and staff that require face masks and sanitizing their hands upon entering the building, increased sanitation and cleaning efforts, and a separate clinic space for patients with cold symptoms.

  • We launched our telehealth service to ensure access to healthcare and offer patients care from the comfort of their home.

  • We established a COVID-19 committee led by members of our executive team to ensure our procedures and practices meet or exceed the guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and the Department of Health.


The spread, detection, and treatment of COVID-19 is continually evolving. Click below for more information.

The CDC has an interactive symptom checker available.

COVID-19 Resource List This list is compiled and updated by the Waimānalo Health Center Community Services team as a resource for the community.

Multilingual Resources - State of Hawaiʻi COVID-19 Resources

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