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Maui COVID19 Hospitalizations 8.20.21

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.

We are in this together

On Friday, August 20, physician leadership from across Hawaii released a joint statement to the people of Hawaii and plea for help so the hospitals across the state can continue in their commitment to care for our people, both those with COVID and those with other health conditions. Here is an excerpt:

To the People of Hawai’i: We are in this together

Hawai’i is experiencing an unprecedented disastrous surge of COVID-19 throughout the state. We need our health care system able to care for people in Hawai’i who are sick—whether it be from COVID, trauma, stroke, heart attack, cancer or other problem. Our ability to deliver on that need is stretched right now. Because of COVID, as we move from conventional to contingency to crisis capacity throughout the state’s healthcare systems, the worst-case scenario can happen -- there will not be enough healthcare for everyone to get the care they need when they need it. Click here to read the full letter.

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Monoclonal antibody treatment

Monoclonal antibody therapy has been approved by the FDA as a treatment for mild to moderate COVID-19. If given early in the illness, it has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of hospitalization and death. It can reduce risk of hospitalization by 70%. Currently, this treatment is authorized for people with COVID-19 who are considered at higher risk for severe disease.

Maui Health is currently offering a monoclonal antibody therapy called Regeneron. This treatment is available by physician referral and is done as an outpatient procedure. For more information, click the link below.

Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Information

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 studio@kpoa.com to submit your question for consideration.

Community Testing

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:

Care hotline

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.