School Health Partnerships
Now providing school health services to the Leilehua/Mililani/Waialua School Complex!
Wahiawā Health Pharmacy
Wahiawā Health Pharmacy is a non-profit pharmacy offering services to our patients!
Geriatric Specialty Center
Wahiawā Health is dedicated to optimizing aging for older adults by promoting health and quality of life through services provided at its Geriatric Specialty Center.
Diabetes Specialty Center
Wahiawā Health launches Diabtes Specialty Center led by Kuʻuleikūponookealoha Nāahiʻelua: Holds triple-board certifications in Psychiatric-Mental Health, Advanced Diabetes Management and Adult/ Gerontology.
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Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines
Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are available for the community.
Wahiawā Health Offers Comprehensive Care for your ʻOhana
Our comprehensive health services include a variety of health screening across our departments including X-rays, cancer detection, communicable diseases, vision, hearing, and more.
If the office is closed and you need to talk to your provider about a non-threatening but urgent medical condition, please call Physicians Exchange (808) 524-2575. If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to the emergency room.
Our pediatric services specialize in caring for the youngest members of your ʻohana. Our services help keiki grow up healthy from birth to adulthood.
Schedule an In-Person or Telehealth Appointment
In-person and telehealth services are available to current patients, new patients and those who do not have insurance.
News & Announcements
Wahiawā Health Offers A Year-Round National Diabetes Prevention Program
WAHIAWĀ, Hawai‘i – Wahiawā Center for Community Health (Wahiawā Health), a federally qualified health center, offers a...
Quality Healthcare for Wahiawā
Our mission: “In the spirit of Aloha and compassion, Wahiawā Health provides access to affordable, quality health care and wellness services to promote a healthy community.”
Who We Are
Founded in 2012, Wahiawā Health’s inception was the direct result of a vision held by the late Sen. Daniel Inouye who wanted to ensure the residents of this geographically isolated area would have access to comprehensive health care. The Hawaiʻi congressional delegation now considers this community health center one of six Sen. Inouye Legacy Projects. Following its inception, Wahiawā Health has worked tirelessly to establish itself as a community resource available to all in need. Wahiawā Health is now designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center Look Alike (FQHC-LAL) as well as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity as of January 2018. Dedicated to the health and wellness of the community, Wahiawā Health serves residents of Central Oʻahu (Wahiawā, Mililani, Waialua and Kunia) and the North Shore.