- Free Medication Delivery – anywhere on the island
- Free pill pouching packing that organizes medications by date and time
- Comprehensive Medication Management
- Financial assistance to help you afford your prescription medications
- Medication Therapy Management
- Diabetes Self- Management Education (DSME)
- Diabetes Prevention Education
- Hypertension Education
- Tobacco and Vape Cessation Education Services
- COVID-19 Vaccines
- COVID-19 Testing
Schedule an Appointment
In-person and telehealth services are available to current patients, new patients and those who do not have insurance.
Wahiawā Health Pharmacy
Mon–Fri: 7am – 5:30pm
The Wahiawā Health Team:
- Community Health Pharmacists
- Clinical Pharmacist
- Pharmacy Technicians
- Nurse practitioners
- Medical assistants
- Patient service representatives
- Community health workers
- Population health coordinator
- Geriatric care coordinator
- Referral specialists
- Clinical psychologists
- Licensed mental health counselors
- Psychiatric nurse practitioner
- Diabetes specialist
Innovations in Care Award
We provide award-winning services! Wahiawā Health, in collaboration with our pharmacists, community health worker, population health coordinator and medical team was awarded the Innovations in Care Award from the BD Helping Healthy Communities Program! Thanks to private and philanthropic grant funding, we have created an integrated care team and care model to address chronic disease within our Native Hawaiian, Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
This team approach seeks to improve medication adherence to prevent health complications associated with chronic disease and cultural, social, economic, and environmental challenges such as poor health literacy and a lack of food and housing. The addition of a population health coordinator provides a dedicated resource for collecting and tracking more in-depth data on SDOH, hemoglobin A1c, health screening tools and comprehensive diabetes services throughout the year so that we may tailor our services to meet the needs of our community.
Wahiawā Health Pharmacy published in the Journal of American College of Pharmacy: Expanding Comprehensive Medication Management considerations to include responses to Social Determinants of Health. Sonak D. Pastakia Pharm.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., FCCP, Alycia Clark Pharm.D., Katie Lewis B.A., Damon Taugher B.A. First Published: 07 August 2022 . Funding information: BD Helping Build Healthy Communities; Direct Relief. Please see publication HERE.
What is pill pouch packaging?
To reduce polypharmacy and drug adverse events, Wahiawā Health Pharmacy offers free pill pouch packaging that organizes all medications in a simple pouch, rather than multiple plastic pill bottles. It is easy to open and has large print for easy-to-follow directions.
Do I have to be a patient at Wahiawā Health to receive pharmacy services?
What is a non-profit pharmacy?
Unlike larger pharmacies and mainland owned chains, all funds received by our pharmacy go directly back into our health center to support jobs, programs and community outreach services that are often free to our community members. Wahiawā Community Health Center does not partake in profit sharing, nor do we have shareholders. Each prescription you fill helps us to fulfill 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.”