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HalePulamaMau Room

The Queen’s Medical Center at Hale Pulama Mau is a specialized acute care floor operated and staffed by Queen’s physicians, nurses and staff located on the 7th floor of the Hale Pulama Mau building on the Kuakini Health System campus.

About The Queen’s Medical Center at Hale Pulama Mau

  • Features 26 patient rooms, including 14 semi-private rooms.
  • Physician-led, team-based approach to care.
  • Dedicated Care Coordination team includes Queen’s Case Managers and Social Workers.
  • Supported by Respiratory Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists and more.
  • Dedicated space for group recreational and leisure activities.
  • Visiting hours 8:00 am – 8:00 pm.
  • Ample parking available on the Kuakini Medical Center campus. Rates vary.



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Health, Education and Wellness
Diabetes–Managing Your Diabetes for Life


10-hour series teaches how diabetes develops and how you can manage it & prevent complications. Series of 4 classes. Call 808.691.4823 to register.
     Dates: Tuesdays, 9:00am - 12:00pm — Thursdays, 5:30pm - 8:30 pm
     Place: Kamehameha Lounge
     Cost: Fee (physician referral required, covered by Medicare, HMSA and other insurance plans, co-payment may apply)


One to One Visits:
All patients are scheduled for an individual appointment with a diabetes nurse educator to conduct a risk assessment and to assess their overall health and learning needs. The initial individual assessment visit includes a review medications and insulin starts, hypoglycemia precautions, meter training, intro to carb counting, and initiation of a "Diabetes Discovery Log" – a detailed record on which, for at least three days, participants record pre and post meal blood glucose readings daily, all food consumed for each meal and all snacks, all exercise, stress, and other daily activities which may affect blood glucose. All participants are invited to bring a guest/supportive other to accompany them to both the 1:1 visit and the classes which consist of approximately 5 to 12 participants.

Monthly Classes:
The Classroom session consists of four classes that are between two to three hours long and are taught by guest speakers with experience on the topics of diabetes and lifestyle changes.

Classes are held Tuesday mornings or Thursday evenings and provide in an interactive way to learn about diabetes, developing lifestyle management skill and and how you can prevent complications.

Speakers include a nurse, a dietitian, a pharmacist, a podiatrist, and an exercise physiologist. Each week you will receive a portfolio of materials that address the topics for that week, which include a copy of all slides, worksheets, brochures, and other resource materials.

You are encouraged to bring a guest to these informative classes.

For those patients who are not able to participate in a group class setting, or in which a group setting is not appropriate, materials can be presented and discussed on an individual basis.

Population Served:
Primarily adults with type 2 diabetes, however, occasionally an individual with type 1 diabetes does participate.

Queen's Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center offers specialized treatment for chronic, non-healing wounds. We are the only open network and comprehensive center in the the Pacific available to all patients and referring physicians. 



Our Center has an interdisciplinary approach to wound care. The team comprises wound care, plastic and infectious disease physicians, nurses who are certified in wound care, a certified hyperbaric safety officer, and ancillary and registration staff who are specially trained in wound care and hyperbaric medicine. We educate patients, families and caregivers on how to provide wound care at home, as well as improve their overall health with proper nutrition and exercise.



Patients are evaluated to determine any underlying conditions that might inhibit the natural healing process. Our multidisciplinary panel of providers plan individualized treatments for our patients. These plans are developed to maximize healing using proven methods and advanced technologies, such as cellular tissue products, compression therapy for edema management, negative pressure wound therapy for large or draining wounds, non-invasive vasular testing, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy, for wounds that are difficult to heal.



  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Neuropathic ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Lower extremity cellulitis & edema
  • Non-healing surgical wounds
  • Other chronic, non-healing wounds
  • Osteoradionecrosis


Our wound care services are available at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu and The Queen's Medical Center-West Oahu in Ewa Beach. Contact us for more information and for physician referrals.


Geriatric Services at Queen's Medical Center was initiated in 1999 to support the complex needs of the medically frail elderly from hospital admission through discharge. Since that time, Geriatric Services has grown in response to the ever increasing demand of Hawai’i's exploding senior population.

Today, Queen's Geriatric Services consists of a team of geriatric trained physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and support staff providing comprehensive care for our kupuna both rich and poor, regardless of where the patient resides. Services include:

  • Hospital care of medically and socially complex elders
  • Outpatient care for community dwelling seniors
  • Medical care for dying patients with emotional support for their loved ones
  • Care of the homebound frail
  • Case management for frail individuals who live in the community

The Geriatric team is well-known in the community for their expertise in caring for the complex needs of Hawai’i's aging population. They reach out to the community with education on different aspects of senior care. They continue to support the University of Hawai’i medical school by teaching the physicians and nurses at all stages of training in caring for the frail elderly. They organize and sponsor a biennial geriatric full day conference to educate health care professionals in the community, and regularly raise awareness of geriatric issues by engaging in community wellness and health events throughout the state.

Geriatric Services does not cover its cost because of the complexity of senior issues and the time needed to coordinate and care for their patients. However, the improvement in life quality for our kupuna and their families is priceless.

Donations to Geriatric Services will be used to:

  • Support housecall services
  • Educate new geriatricians
  • Leave a legacy of respect and an appreciation of our kupuna


The Queen’s Medical Center is verified as a Level I Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons (ACS). We are the first and only Level I Trauma Center serving Hawaii and the Pacific, and play a vital role in the State Trauma System. Level I Trauma Centers provide the highest level of patient care across the injury continuum from prevention through rehabilitation. 


The Queen's Emergency Department and Trauma Center averages 190 visits daily, and more than 65,000 and 2,600 trauma visits annually.


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