The Queens Medical Center

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1301 PUNCHBOWL ST, HONOLULU, HI 96813 USA

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(808) 538-9011
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1301 PUNCHBOWL ST, HONOLULU, HI 96813 USA

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The Queen's Medical Center
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3.8 out of 5 stars

Momi V
Momi V

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

Our Family Experience On Jan. 23, 2018 The Queen's Med.Center Told Or Family That Everyone Who Dies While Admitted In This Hospital Will Have An Autopsy,. So I Signed And Prayed This Would Not Be Needed. He Passed On That Day NO Autopsy !!!! NONE !!! Stating My Father Was Old. !!! Then Lost My Dad Somewhere In Storage!!! Weeks Later I Was Able To Find Him & Reschedule Yet Another Funeral.. We All Hate Them.!!! ReallyTaking Good Care Of The Hawaiian People, If We Were Wealthy We'd Be Treated With A Lot More Respect.!!!!!!!!

Janessa Koelliker
Janessa Koelliker

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I gave birth here about a year ago and I was very pleased with everything. The room was nice and spacious. The nurses and Dr. we’re super kind and made me feel comfortable.

Jeremiah Paaoao
Jeremiah Paaoao

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Queen's Medical Center on Punchbowl St has been around for over two and a half centuries ago, give or take a few years. And it's not stopping for nobody. It also has physician's offices located in near and around for your consideration and convenient. Almost everything you need.

Bruce Ricks
Bruce Ricks

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

My wife and I were involved in a traffic accident in July 2017. Susan was complaining of chest pains and was taken to Queens by ambulance . She was conscious and coherent. After arriving at Queens Hospital she was examined, to determine the extent of her injuries. She was given I.V. Tylenol. That was the only treatment she received. Other diagnostic tests were performed including an EKG She was at the hospital for approximately 2 hours, and released with a diagnosis of contusions {bruises} apparently from her seat belt. After arriving home in Colorado we received the bill from Queens for $24,000. This included a $14,000. charge for Queens being a trauma hospital and a $2,000. charge for it being an emergency. I believe the charges are fraudulent, and an attempt is being made to extort money from us. Avoid Queens Hospital unless you are indigent and there is no hope that they can steal your life savings. Bruce Ricks

Gerry Fujii
Gerry Fujii

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Over the years took mother inlaw to ER a couple of times. Always 6-8 hours to get admitted and maybe a doctor takes 5-10 minutes with you. Last visit she was admitted after 6-8 hours for tests the next morning. After tests waited all day for doctor. No show and no explanation but discharged. Ridiculous!

Medical records especially documenting medications is so inefficient.

For being the premier hospital in Hawaii, lots of improvements needed.

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