Kona Community Hospital recently received 100 knitted baby hats from the Island Yarn and Art Supplies, a local business owned by John & Debra Repasky. They started this project that would give back to the community which began when they received yarn from a family whose relative was a knitter and passed away.
The Kona Community Hospital Auxiliary met on Monday, January 10 for its annual general membership meeting featuring guest speaker, Senator Josh Green, M.D. It drew a crowd of 80 attendees.
The holidays are a great time for family and friends but can pose certain risks. Kona Community Hospital’s Emergency Room Chairman Dr. Richard McDowell, offers these tips to help children stay safe and avoid injuries during the holiday season.
Going on its ninth year, the Kona Hospital Foundation will host its premier annual gala benefit and golf tournament on November 14 and 15 at the Hokulia Golf Club in Kealakekua. This year’s theme is “Be A Star…Adopt a Room.” All proceeds will go toward the Adopt a Room Project at Kona Community Hospital which will
Kona Community Hospital’s (KCH) had its first Pink Friday on Friday, October 22. This day represented the hospital’s support for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. As a pilot event, hospital staff was encouraged to wear pink to work as a sign of an employee’s recognition of the significance that breast cancer has to our hospital, our families and loved ones and to our community.
Kona Community Hospital’s (KCH) fifth annual Hope Event took place today, Saturday, October 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at KCH’s Radiation Oncology Clinic (ROC). It brought over 150 people together to bring hope, celebrate life, and to recognize how cancer affects each and every one of us.
Kona Community Hospital (KCH) is pleased to announce that Dona Martinson, M.N., R.N. has accepted the position of Interim Chief Nurse Executive for Kona Community Hospital. Her first day of work will be Wednesday, December 1, 2010.
Kona Community Hospital’s (KCH) fifth annual Hope Event will take place on Saturday, October 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at KCH’s Radiation Oncology Clinic. The event is held in honor of all cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and their families and to promote cancer awareness. It also marks the fifth year anniversary of the Radiation Oncology Clinic.
Kona Community Hospital is hosting “Do You Need to Learn about End of life Care,” a presentation about palliative care on Monday, October 18 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Kona Community Hospital’s Conference Room 2. The expert panel includes representatives from
Kona Community Hospital (KCH) is currently in the process of having its cancer program accredited through the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Care (CoC.) The CoC developed an approvals program that has national standards of delivery of cancer care services.