Hawaiian Telcom & CBTS team up with Wolfgang Steakhouse to donate meals to employees at The Queen’s Medical Center
The meals included some of Wolfgang Steakhouse’s popular dishes.
Gaualofa Nua has been fighting for his life for the past six weeks, the most severe complications of the coronavirus having blindsided the 45-year-old construction industry worker, who had no previous medical conditions.
The Queen’s Health Systems’ hospital dogs continue to provide comfort virtually during COVID-19.
In honor of National Nurses Week, two nurses who work at The Queen’s Medical Center talk about what it is like taking care of COVID-19 patients.
Hawaii hospitals are resuming elective surgeries, reopening clinics and removing coronavirus triage centers in the case of The Queen’s Medical Center — a “momentous” sign of hope that COVID-19 is no longer circulating widely in the community.
Some of our excellent nurses were recently featured in the Honolulu Star Advertiser in honor of National Nurses Week.
For Dr. Jordan Lee, the most difficult part of the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been the 12-hour shifts in the intensive care unit, the extra precautions and safety protocols he now has to follow or even the fear that he, too, may eventually contract COVID-19. It’s been the isolation.
The Blood Bank of Hawaii (BBH) has formed a healthcare coalition to collect plasma from patients who have recovered from COVID-19 to treat seriously ill patients in hospitals throughout Hawaii. COVID-19 convalescent plasma (CCP), has recently emerged as a potentially promising early therapeutic option, and a national clinical trial is currently underway. A statewide coalition of the major hospital systems, including The Queen’s Health Systems, BBH, Hawaii State Department of Health, and other groups has formed to participate in this national trial and enable local patients to receive this experimental treatment. Click the image to learn more.
Dr. Matthew Koenig joined Governor David Ige, Lieutenant Governor Josh Green, and other healthcare providers to talk about telehealth.
The Queen’s Health Systems wants you to know that telehealth might be an option when it comes to seeing your healthcare provider during the COVID-19 pandemic.