Queen’s was the first to test out Pfizer’s shipment of how the vaccine would be shipped to healthcare facilities.
Tis the season. But the holiday season isn’t only full of your favorite things. Whether you’ve struggled to find the perfect gift, cook the delicious meal or ensure everything is just right for your family and friends, the holiday season is full of stress.
The COVID-19 crisis could be a deadly one for Hawaii. Not just because of the virus itself, but because of its impact on our mental health.
Kaui Burgess says nothing about her health hinted at what would happen on April 20 at 1:45 in the afternoon. “The moment I knew something was wrong was when I couldn’t control my eyes. My eyes crossed,” she said. One side of her body weakened. Her speech slurred. The wife and mother of three knew she was suffering a stroke.
You may have noticed it among your family, friends, or even co-workers. It may be happening to you. We’re talking about “caution fatigue.” It’s when people start to have low motivation when it comes to following safety guidelines.
If you skipped your routine check-up because of the pandemic, it’s time to reschedule-Hawaii News Now
Doctors are urging patients who canceled regular checkups due to coronavirus concerns to reschedule their appointments. Health officials want to make sure that people don’t put themselves at risk for other illnesses by skipping visits.
Today’s health care interview: Jill Hoggard Green, CEO of The Queen’s Health System-Hawaii Business Magazine
Hawaii Business Magazine Editor Steve Petranik interviews Hawai‘i’s health care leaders about the way forward as we reopen the local economy. They talk about public health precautions, how to handle the return of tourists and how Hawai‘i’s response to COVID-19 compares with other states and countries.
As the number of new COVID-19 cases remains low in Hawaii, The Queen’s Health System is easing visitor restrictions at its four hospitals effective Wednesday.
Five fishermen gave back to the community by doing what they love. The group included the owner of a seafood business and the executive producer of a popular Hawaii TV show.
Hawaii’s first coronavirus patient to receive experimental plasma therapy discharged from The Queen’s Medical Center-Star Advertiser
Honolulu resident Moeloto Vaea, 53, had been in the intensive care unit since April 23 after contracting COVID-19 and was on life support on a ventilator for at least two weeks.