Putting Health First
Molokai recognizes National Community Health Center Week.
Molokai Community Health Center would like to extend a big mahalo to our community and patients for their continued support and aloha. Together we can create a healthier place to live and raise our children. It all starts with improving our own health!
The Molokai Community Health Center opened its doors four years ago. We are happy to be celebrating– along with its 13 affiliates on 5 islands (14 total) around the state – National Community Health Center Week from August 10 to 16.
Since its opening on March 2004, the Center has recently expanded its services to include the Ikaika Program, an Early Intervention service that assists children with developmental delays ages 0-3 years old.
Along with this added service, MCHC is thankful to have gained expanded space. Both Administrative and Ikaika Program offices are located in separate buildings behind Mango Mart in Kaunakakai town.
The health center’s main clinic is still conveniently located in the Kamo’i Professional Center. It is open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., with the exception of being closed during lunch hour from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
In addition to the newly added Ikaika Program, the Center offers primary medical, dental and behavioral health care. The non-profit center’s primary goal is to assist the un-insured and/or under-insured, but the Center will serve anyone who accesses these services. They welcome everyone to stop by and help celebrate National Community Health Center Week, and learn more about the services they have to offer.
For more information, please contact Debora Eala at 553-4503.