The “Stay Healthy, Stay at Home” campaign encourages seniors and adults to engage in simple preventive behaviors to stop the spread of COVID-19. #stayhealthystayhome
The Healthcare Association of Hawaii has put together a statewide list of COVID-19 Screening Sites. Please carefully review the instructions for each site as some do not accept walk ins but a few sites will accept walk ins. Kaiser patients can only go to one of the Kaiser clinics but you need to call the listed number first.
Patients need to bring insurance cards and a picture ID if you are referred to any of the screening sites.
Click here to view the COVID-19 screening list.
Click here for a list of sites that will be taking personal protective equipment (PPE) donations. They are accepting the following items in unopened, original packaging:
Please note that other sites are accepting additional items including cloth masks. Please look on the list to see what each site is accepting.
Governor David Ige has lifted the 14-day inter-island quarantine travel but a declaration form still needs to be filled out. It can be found here. To save on time, please download the form and fill it out prior to arriving at the airport.
Testing and thermal screening will be conducted at the airport. If you have a temperature above 100.4, you will not be able to board the airplane.
Do your part to continue safe inter-island travel by practicing social distance and wearing face covering.
If you’d like to help the Healthcare Association of Hawaii purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) for Hawaii healthcare providers, send your tax-deductible donation to HAH’s 501(c)(3) foundation:
Hawaii Hospital Education and Research Foundation (HHERF)
707 Richards Street, PH2
Honolulu, HI 96813
To donate by credit card, please click here.
On behalf of Hawaii’s healthcare workers, thank you!
HAH and DOH are asking healthcare professionals who are not currently working in clinical roles to register with the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) as potential volunteers.
Corps volunteers can include doctors, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists,epidemiologists, and other medical and public health professionals. Adult community members (age 18+) can also support the Corps in positions that include interpreters, chaplains, office workers, and legal advisors. Accepted volunteers are given liability protection.
Healthcare professionals are invited to register at www.nlk.doh.hawaii.gov.
Here is the link to the main DOH page on coronavirus.
Click here if you would like to receive updates from the Hawaii State Department of Health on COVID-19.
Here is the CDC’s coronavirus page for healthcare professionals.
You can find links to the hospital preparedness checklist, as well as the interim infection prevention and control recommendations for patients with known or suspected 2019-nCoV in a healthcare setting.