Hospital Goes Red for the Day

February 3 is National Wear Red Day and Kona Community Hospital organized a “We Care to Wear Red” day for all of the employees of the hospital for them to promote awareness regarding heart disease – the #1 threat to women.


Forty-eight employees from 22 different hospital departments were available to take a photograph to showcase hospital support of this important day. Along with them, many other employees proudly wore red to join in the campaign. Participants are shown holding their red dress pins that symbolizes women and heart disease, and how we can help save women’s lives through education and awareness.