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How to Avoid Swimmer’s Ear While Enjoying Summer in Hawaii

Acute otitis externa or swimmer’s ear is prevalent in the United States, especially during summer. More time spent in the water and increased duration of head submersion are the two main reasons for the increase in swimmer’s ear during the hot summer months. According to the Centers for Disease Control and [...]

2020-08-23T09:38:27-10:00August 23rd, 2020|Categories: Blog, Doctor's Corner, Employee of the Month, Events, Health Alerts|

Urgent Care Hawaii Enables Hawaii Residents to Book Virtual Doctor’s Appointments via Their Platform

Hawaii-based urgent care clinic introduces high-quality telemedicine services to patients seeking medical help Urgent Care Hawaii is an urgent care provider with four clinics across Honolulu. Their commitment to providing urgent and primary care services is reflected through their policies, services, and other work the company offers. Among the many services they offer, including treatment [...]

2020-07-21T05:37:21-10:00July 15th, 2020|Categories: Health Alerts, News|

New State of Hawaii Immunization Requirements Effective July 1, 2020

Urgent Care Hawaii wants to inform you that the Hawaii Department of Health has changed requirements for school health effective July 1, 2020. There are several changes which should be reviewed individually with your child(ren)'s pediatrician or family physician. We are encouraging parents' to schedule an appointment with your pediatrician or family physician to complete [...]

2019-11-08T14:50:33-10:00November 4th, 2019|Categories: Health Alerts|

ALERT: MUMPS OUTBREAK UPDATE

Update - October 5th, 2017 - The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) has confirmed sixty-eight (68) new cases of residents with the mumps, raising the total number of statewide cases this year to 452. Case count by island is 378 from Honolulu, 40 from Kauai, 33 from Hawaii and 1 from Maui. The DOH continues to stress [...]

2017-10-12T17:25:55-10:00October 5th, 2017|Categories: Health Alerts, News|

UPDATED ALERT: GUARD AGAINST THIS BRAIN-INVADING PARASITE

Update - September 27th, 2017 - Hawaii Department of Health confirms seventeenth case of rat lungworm disease in Hawaii for 2017. Read the Press Release for more information. Rat lungworm disease, which has long been prevalent in parts of Asia and the Caribbean, is a grave illness caused by a parasitic worm that invades the human brain. [...]

2017-09-28T21:10:16-10:00September 27th, 2017|Categories: Health Alerts, News|

FLU HITS HAWAII

By Pani Shoja, MD Medical Director – Urgent Care Hawaii Pani Shoja, MD NEWS: Because the vaccine takes two weeks to protect its recipient—and three weeks is more effective—health officials and the public need to stay ahead of the virus. The CDC bases its recommendations on when flu infections are likely to become common, [...]

2017-10-13T23:48:34-10:00September 13th, 2017|Categories: Health Alerts, News|

ALERT: OPIOID OVERDOSE REVERSAL DRUG ON THE WAY TO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Narcan, a brand of the generic drug naloxone, is used for emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose. As discussed in my recent Urgent Care Newsletter article, Opioid Overdose Epidemic Update, opioid addiction is a chronic disease can be treated and managed. Along with counseling and other support, treatment that includes medication is often the [...]

2017-06-20T21:35:03-10:00June 20th, 2017|Categories: Health Alerts, News|

ALERT: URGENT – GET YOUR HEPATITIS A SECOND DOSE ASAP

Pani Shoja, MD Update: May 4, 2017 -The Hawaii Health Department announced that ahi poke sold at multiple grocery stores and eateries on Oahu may have been contaminated with Hepatitis A. Customers who ate the product and are not vaccinated for Hepatitis A are urged to contact a doctor. Symptoms of Hepatitis A infection [...]

2017-05-04T20:49:03-10:00May 4th, 2017|Categories: Health Alerts, News|

ALERT: WAIPAHU STUDENTS, PARENTS AND STAFF MAY BE AT RISK OF TUBERCULOSIS EXPOSURE

Pani Shoja, MD UPDATE: 4/21/17 - The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) and University of Hawaii at Hilo are notifying approximately 120 students and staff members of their recent possible exposure to a person with active tuberculosis (TB) at the Hilo campus. The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) recently notified students, parent and [...]

2017-04-21T17:59:11-10:00April 21st, 2017|Categories: Health Alerts, News|
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