Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 5pm;
Saturday, 8am – 2pm
Monday – Saturday, 7am – 5:30pm
The Queen’s Medical Center is taking critical steps to ensure the health, safety and well-being of you and your family, and those we serve.
While COVID-19 is still in our community and contagious, we are committed to providing high-quality care not only during the COVID-19 pandemic, but for formidable infectious diseases that we may face in the future.
These measures, while incredibly necessary, are putting a tremendous strain on our health care system. We invite you to establish a partnership with Queen’s and create a meaningful impact in the lives of our patients and their families.
The following are immediate and meaningful ways you can partner with us.
Gifts to this fund will support comprehensive emergency care and preparedness; allow us to acquire vital equipment and supplies needed to care for patients and to protect and support our health care workers and our community; support research for treatment; and provide maximum flexibility to help us respond to this evolving pandemic and other infectious diseases.
Hawaii’s students are proving that everyone can make a difference. Some of these youngest and most precious members of our community are doing their part to support Queen’s physicians, nurses and staff by using their creativity to send heartwarming artwork and messages of gratitude.
Ensuring our health care workers are protected and have adequate supplies is a top priority. Queen’s is accepting donations of new and unused critical care supplies, including personal protective equipment (PPE).
General support gifts fund programs in greatest need. These contributions provide the hospital with the most flexibility in addressing the particular needs of the institution each year.
We are truly humbled and grateful for the generous spirit of our
communities. We will become better together.
Your gift will allow us to respond quickly as this pandemic rapidly evolves. It will provide lifesaving medical care and protect the ongoing safety of our community and healthcare workers.