The commitment and Aloha we have for our patients goes above and beyond the walls of our clinic. Our community outreach efforts allow us to connect with the people around us and provide a level of care for those who need it most.
Mālama I Ke Ola Health Center is committed to your safety and well-being. Our ʻohana has been working hard to provide safe and timely care to all of our patients, utilizing well-established safety protocols at all times, in conjunction with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Hawaii Department of Health.
As Maui’s only group-based prenatal care program, we aim to provide a safe, affirming and competent space to help pregnant women and birthing people process their feelings and experiences on their perinatal journey to motherhood. We provide education on a vast array of topics as it relates to nutrition, labor preparation, breastfeeding, postpartum care and infant care, ultimately building a supportive network and community to minimize feelings of isolation. A medical provider and community health worker lead groups of up to 10 women every two weeks. We invite you into our special community as we help you transition from pregnancy to parenthood.
Guided by our mission to put our community first, we have partnered with Maui Food Bank to provide hunger relief for patients in our community. Maui Food Bank provides seniors 55+ who are experiencing food insecurity with a monthly box of groceries, inclusive of fresh fruits and vegetables. Senior patients of Mālama I Ke Ola who are interested in this program should notify their care team for additional information. To qualify, seniors must meet the following:
1 in 3 American adults have prediabetes, while 9 out of 10 people with prediabetes are unaware they have it. The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is a proven lifestyle change program that is recognized by the CDC to delay and prevent type 2 diabetes in adults with prediabetes. Our certified coaches will guide you through a year-long program designed for those with prediabetes, or those who are at high risk for type 2 diabetes and want to lower their risk. All members of the community are welcome, registration is required. For additional information, please inquire with your care team or call Shay-Lea Samiu at (808) 463-4722.
We strive to achieve health equity for the keiki and adolescents in our community, to support and help them thrive, recognizing that health is relevant to well-being and academic success. Mālama I Ke Ola Health Center is partnering with local schools throughout Maui to implement school-based health centers to deliver comprehensive healthcare services. In collaboration with school administration, school nurses and teachers, we aim to create a seamless, efficient and effective partnership so all young people have access to a basic, but fundamental human right - healthcare.
Mālama I Ke Ola recognizes the impact of the opioid epidemic in the United States and provides resources and treatment to the community in Maui. Through an integrated approach, Mālama I Ke Ola provides medication-assisted treatment for our primary care patients with opioid use disorder. To make an appointment or ask any questions, please contact us at (808) 871-7772. Watch MAT Program Testimonial
Our Community Health Workers strive to eliminate barriers to care by fostering vital relationships in the community through outreach, education, social support and advocacy. They share a common purpose of achieving health equity in our community by helping patients navigate the healthcare system through various services such as: insurance enrollment and renewal, transportation, interpretation, translation and case management. They deliver compassionate service to the underserved, with the understanding that a patient’s living conditions and cultural lifestyle play a role in their overall health.
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