Beginning the week of May 9, 2022, Maui Health will move to once weekly reporting of COVID-19 hospitalized patients. The weekly report will now be available every Wednesday beginning May 11, 2022. COVID-19 inpatients at Maui Memorial Medical Center have remained low for several weeks. If a substantial increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations were to occur, Maui Health will reinstate daily weekday reporting.
We're here for you
Your health and safety are at the center of everything we do. We are regularly monitoring the latest guidance from the CDC and DOH and will update our policies and procedures accordingly.
We're taking extra precautions to create a safe environment and ensure the health and well-being of our patients. During these unprecedented times, you'll notice some changes in how we provide care.
Community COVID-19 treatment
If you’ve tested positive for COVID -19 and are at high risk for severe illness, you may qualify for oral antiviral or intravenous (IV) monoclonal antibody (mAb) treatment.
Maui Health is offering either oral antiviral treatment or mAb therapy for qualified individuals. As supply is limited, requests will be reviewed carefully to ensure we can provide treatment to COVID-positive individuals at highest risk for severe illness. For more information, click the link below.
Maui Health is dedicated to keeping our community informed. Get the latest updates on COVID-19, vaccines, and other important healthcare-related updates from Maui Health. Sign up for community newsletter by clicking here or texting “mauihealth” (no space) to 22828 to opt-in.
Community Town Halls
Maui Health is dedicated to our employees, patients and community and it's important to us to keep you informed during this challenging time. We are committed to providing as much information to our community as possible and host monthly Virtual Community Town Halls to help answer questions and share pertinent information with you.
COVID-19 weekly radio updates
The weekly radio segment provides updates and answers questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The series features our healthcare team of physicians, nurses, and administrative staff at Maui Health and runs on Thursdays at 7:19 a.m. on KPOA 93.5 FM. Visit KPOA.com or e-mail email@example.com to submit your question for consideration.
Maui Memorial Medical Center is not a community testing site and only provides testing to patients accessing medical care. If you need a COVID-19 test and would like to find a testing location, please visit the following websites to find a site near you:
If you'd like to share questions, feedback or concerns, you can reach us on our website or via our anonymous CARE hotline at 808.242.2273 (CARE). If you would like a direct response to your question, please be sure to leave your contact information. Otherwise, feel free to provide your feedback anonymously.