Fresh Leadership on Healthcare for the Homeless
Homelessness is one of the top challenges for our state, county and city governments. It impacts individuals across all generations and has many causes: underemployment, lack of affordable housing, psychological and physical disabilities, mortgage foreclosures and other social issues.
Homelessness creates an enormous barrier for individuals who need access to healthcare; driving them to over-use of the emergency room.
Senator Green, on the front line of expanding access to healthcare, provides hands-on care and vital leadership to the H4 project which will create urgent care for the homeless.
We commend Senator Green on this important work and support his efforts to fulfill the healthcare needs of Hawaii’s homeless population.
Thank you, Senator Josh Green.
To learn more, please take a moment and watch this short video.
Donna Schmidt, CEO
Urgent Care Hawaii
About Urgent Care Hawaii: Urgent Care Hawaii medical clinics provide immediate and urgent medical care on Oahu for Pearl City, Honolulu, Waikiki, Waipahu, Aiea, Kapolei, Kunia, Waipio, Makakilo, Halawa, Mililani, Kailua and Ewa Beach. The clinics provide quick and affordable options for people needing immediate medical care and treatment for common or everyday health problems seven days a week – no appointments are necessary. The Pearl City location is certified by The Urgent Care Association of America and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii.
Barbara Howard, BH Marketing/PR
1245 Kuala St., Pearl City, HI 96782
Office: (831) 920-2759
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