Aloha, and Welcome to North Hawaii Community Hospital

North Hawaii Community Hospital is a non-profit community hospital that serves more than 30,000 residents and visitors in North Hawaii. North Hawaii Community Hospital opened in May 1996 after decades of dreaming and nearly ten years of planning.  Its mission is to improve the health and wellness of the people of North Hawaii.  Its vision emerged from the desire to be “not just another hospital” but rather the most healing hospital in the world. 

In January 2014, North Hawaii Community Hospital became part of The Queen’s Health Systems, a not-for-profit corporation established in 1985 to bring expanded healthcare capabilities to the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin.  The Queen’s Health Systems mission is to fulfill the intent of Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV to provide in perpetuity quality healthcare services to improve the wellbeing of Native Hawaiians and all of the people of Hawaii.  

Please take a few minutes to browse through our site for more information. To contact us, email us at or call (808) 885-4444.

News & Features 
Posted on Wednesday, August 31, 2016
CLINIC APPOINTMENT CANCELLATIONS DUE TO STORM CONDITIONS Most clinic, imaging, physical therapy, and oncology appointments are cancelled for Wednesday and Thursday, August 31-September 1. Your clinic or provider’s office will contact you to reschedule your appointment.
Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2016
North Hawaii Community Hospital is celebrating births! Everyone born at the hospital since its opening in 1996 in invited to a birthday party at the hospital on Friday, August 26 at 3 pm.
Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2016
HOSPITAL ADDS PARKING FOR MOMS-TO-BE Expectant mothers coming to North Hawaii Community Hospital for medical appointments and delivery will now find things a little easier thanks to the installation of several parking spaces specifically designated for expectant mothers.
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2016
North Hawaii Community Hospital staff members recently practiced their disaster skills as part of the larger, statewide RIMPAC exercise. Employees and volunteers played the role of disaster victim while employees practiced their skills in caring for large number of patients.