School Health Partnership Program
School Based Health is provided through school and community health partnerships in collaboration with school administration and health services staff. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the CDC Community Preventive Task Force recommend school-based health centers as an evidence-based model that improves educational and health outcomes. Wahiawā Health has partnered with Leilehua/Mililani/Waialua School Complex administrators, principals, and Hawaii Keiki Nurses to provide:
- Family Medicine Services: Same day appointments and non-emergency care
- Sports Physicals
- Childhood and adolescent vaccinations, includes flu vaccines and other vaccines reqeuired for school enrollment
- Child, Youth and Adolescent Wellness Exams
- COVID-19 Vaccines
- COVID-19 Testing
- COVID-19 Home Test Kits
- Mental Wellness Services- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and counselling
- Health Education
- Preventative. Care
- Social Services and Community Health to address social determinants of health, such as food insecurity, language assistance, service and care coordination, access to medical care, insurance eligibility, transportation and medication delivery.
- This school-based partnership is led by Haunani Louis, MSN, FNP -C, APRN RX
Schedule an Appointment
In-person and telehealth services are available to current patients, new patients and those who do not have insurance.
Required On-Campus Sports Physical Forms
Required On-Campus Vaccination Forms
“I enjoy working for a Health Center because we don't just provide health care, we work to make achieving health possible.”
Haunani was born and raised in Pahala on the Big Island and graduated from The Kamehameha Schools. She received Bachelor’s in Nursing at Hawaii Pacific University and her Master’s in Nursing from The University of Southern California. She is a two-time Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship recipient. Haunani has worked at Queens Medical Center in both Labor and Delivery and the Emergency Department for over 13 years. She enjoys working in rural communities and providing care for the entire family. Haunani has been practicing Family Medicine for over 3 years. She previously worked at the Koolauloa Health Center, focusing on School Health at Kahuku High School.