Wahiawā Health will provide lower-income Wahiawā residents a single-point-of-access to comprehensive, culturally-competent, quality primary healthcare. Services will include: family practice; OB/GYN; pediatrics; dental care; behavioral health services; and a pharmacy.

Wahiawā Health will also be the primary “safe discharge” center for the new Queen’s Medical Systems-West O’ahu
Hospital. In the wake of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, by embracing a team-oriented, culturally-sensitive approach in their services, health centers — such as the Wahiawā Health — have both the means and the opportunity to change the nature of healthcare delivery.

Who will we serve?

Wahiawā Health as of December 2017 received official designation as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving Wahiawā, Waialua, Kunia & Mililani.

The Wahiawā Center for Community Health, also known as Wahiawā Health, serves residents of Wahiawā, an area defined as ZIP Code 96786. It includes Census Tracts 90 – 95 plus Tract 100 Block 9. The geographic service area includes: Wahiawā; Helemano; Whitmore; Wilikina; Schofield Barracks (Census Tract 90); and Wheeler Air Force Base (Census Tract 95). This is the primary catchment area of Wahiawā Health.

According to the 2010 Census, the total population of the primary catchment area of Wahiawā, Mililani, Waialua and Kunia are 120,000 with a Medicaid population of 40,859. This is consistent with the newly-designated Medically Underserved Population* (*Medically Underserved Populations include groups of persons who face economic, cultural or linguistic barriers to health care in the district, and reside in a specific geographic area.) From this point on, we will use the word “Wahiawā” as an all-inclusive term for all the geographic areas mentioned above.

Our Partners

Our Partners

  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • Wahiawā General Hospital
  • HMSA
  • United Healthcare Community Plan Hawai`i
  • Hawai’i Pacific Health
  • Hawai’i Association of Health Plans
  • City & County of Honolulu
  • State of Hawai’i

How to get involved?

As we are still in the planning stages, we are in need of community feedback and support to show funders of the need for the Wahiawā Center for Community Health. Please send any feedback to info@wahiawahealth.org or attend one of our public meetings. As the center develops, we anticipate a wide array of volunteer opportunities and your kōkua is greatly appreciated.

If you are interested in applying to our board, please fill out and return this application. WCCH-Nomination

Our Team

The Wahiawā Health Governing Board of Directors


  • Jay Raymundo, President
  • Kealoha Fox, Vice President
  • Scott Harada, Director & Secretary
  • Rena TurmanDirector & Treasurer
  • Eileen Hirota, Director
  • Velma Papahileialoha KekipiDirector
  • Joy Mahiko, Director
  • Oliver Kaloi, Director
  • Bev Harbin, Executive Director


Learn more about our board.