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1301 PUNCHBOWL ST, HONOLULU, HI 96813 USA

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1301 PUNCHBOWL ST, HONOLULU, HI 96813 USA

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(808) 538-9011

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The Queen's Medical Center
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3.8 out of 5 stars

Kerry Matsumoto
Kerry Matsumoto

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Flew over from Big Island for surgery and got nothing less than A-1 care from everyone I had contact with. All nurses and staff were considerate, kind and helpful. I am a big wuss and never once felt like I was bugging them with my needs - which were attended to promptly. When I had to change flights, the social worker there even helped with a waiver of charges for the flight change. Although I didn't eat much, the menu looked fabulous :-) Nothing but good things for the staff on the 9th floor of Ewa Bldg. Thank you all.

Darryl Ikeda
Darryl Ikeda

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This place has been here for so many years helping people from all walks of life. So grateful to the staff from the E.R. to the Hospital side. All ths Doctors, Nurses, and the rest of the staff for your hard work!!

Gerry Fujii
Gerry Fujii

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 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.

poinamaikalani29
poinamaikalani29

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Wow, This hospital was unreal, Hurricane was coming and they wanted to discharge my dad in the rain with no one to help us. Flights wasn't flying from Molokai we came on the air ambulance and needed assistance to fly back. He wasn't even off of his IV and meds. The Nurses and some of the Doctors made and effort to make sure we was doing good wound was doing good. The people who runs the insurance and bill collectors wanted us out. Calling nurse on last day while we wait for assistance from family member from Molokai to take us home, why are we still here and when are we living. It's sad that the Nurses and Doctors who do what they do good have people with no, no common sense and no compassion for their patients here. These kinds of situations must be addressed and taken care of because Queens Hospital will be known as the hospital that only care about making money not to take care of their patients. Sad for the staff who make their name QUEENS HOSPITAL look good.When in actuality they only care about taking your money, and kicking you out of their facility. Sad.

Gayle Newcomer
Gayle Newcomer

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

my atay was 12 days. I had the most compassionate nurses and residents ever. Never fun ro be hospitalized but they made it easier to endure.

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