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Urgent Care Hawaii Employer Portal Training SeminarsUrgent Care Hawaii Employer Portal Training Seminar – Free

Be sure to reserve your space in our next seminar.

Space is limited and reservations required.


Every Wednesday – Choose to attend in person or online webinar
Time: 9 AM – 11 AM (refreshments)
Location: Urgent care Hawaii, Pearl City, 1245 Kuala Street, Pearl City, HI 96782
Contact Info: Call 808-784-2582 or email

Details: Urgent Care Hawaii provides Occupational Medicine Services at each of the four locations: Waikiki, Kailua, Kapolei and Pearl City. Your employees can now receive the very best in state-of-the-art medical care that is fast, friendly and affordable. From physicals to lab tests, our goal is to get patients in and out comfortably and quickly without sacrificing the quality of medical care – our occupational medicine services are tailored to your industry and your employee’s needs.


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 Prevention, over 2 [...]

Do You Need to Get Urgent Care for A UTI?

Urinary tract infections are among the most common outpatient infections and are highly prevalent in the United States. An estimated 20 to 40% of American women between the ages of 20 and 40 have had a UTI at least once in their lives. Patients with UTIs account for over 6 million visits to the physician [...]

August 20th, 2020|Blog, Doctor's Corner, Events|

Second COVID-19 Wave In Hawaii—What To Expect

Hawaii experienced the longest lockdown in decades when the islands and businesses across them were shut as a result of the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic. Although the state was quite successful in bringing down infection rates, leading to a slow but steady resumption of normal activities, a second wave has brought Hawaii to a stand-still once again. […]

July 30th, 2020|Blog|