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Access to Care is a project by Community First with a simple goal: to better understand what our island communities statewide need to improve our health.

Your voice matters

Every island community is different. When you fill out the survey, it’s a chance to call out the needs you see and the gaps you want fixed – a chance to get resources for your neighborhood, town, district or community.

Take the Survey

Through the month of April, we are asking Hawaiʻi residents to share their experience with the healthcare and social service systems via a simple, fast, and 100% anonymous survey.

As a mahalo for participating, we’ll be giving out $100 gas gift cards every week in a randomized drawing.*

Rules:
Enter to win a $100 gas card. Randomized drawings will be held weekly. The lucky draw is open to the public and no purchase is required for entry. One entry per person will be considered eligible to win. Entries can be submitted from April 1 – April 30, 2022. Winners will be notified via phone or email using the contact information provided on the entry form.

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Committed to Health in Hawaiʻi

Access to Care


Community First has partnered with health, social service, and government organizations across Hawaiʻi on Access to Care. Together, we are committed to improving health and health care in Hawaiʻi by first understanding the current state of our state’s health.

Results that Will Make an Impact

The Hawaiʻi Island results are in!  Please see below.  Community First will share the report with our policymakers, health care systems, and social service providers, so together we can improve the ways we serve our community’s needs across the islands.

Questions? Contact us by email at info@communityfirsthawaii.org or by phone at (808) 756-9637.

OVER THE PAST YEAR, HAWAI‘I ISLAND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HAVE CONSIDERED:

Reducing Hours
49%
Leaving Medicine
47%
Moving to Mainland
44%

Final Hawaiʻi Island Report

Access to Care Hawaiʻi Island Report Summary

Access to Care Hawaiʻi Island Report

Island wide Pop Ups

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