On October 25, 1944, community leaders founded The Wahiawa Hospital Association (WHA) to develop a permanent organization dedicated to serving the area’s growing healthcare needs. The WHA established Wahiawa General Hospital. When the Oahu Sugar Plantation Hospital closed its doors in 1956, the community’s need for a new hospital building became apparent. Plans for an expanded Wahiawa General Hospital were finalized and ground was broken on St. Patrick’s Day 1957.
Today, our 53-bed acute care facility and 107-bed long-term care facility are staffed and equipped for multiple levels of patient care. We continue our mission as a nonprofit organization, bringing the finest technology and personal care to the communities we serve. WGH is on a continuing journey of growth and dedication. Founded on a need that began during wartime crisis, we have expanded to meet the growing needs of the Central Oahu and North Shore communities. As we reflect on more than seven decades of continuing service to our ever-expanding community, we look to even greater achievements as your healthcare resource.
Accepts all major health insurances.
The hospital accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your insurance whether the hospital is in network or not. You can make payment via cash, check, money order, credit card or debit card.
Varona Village Station
Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
You can request an appointment with specific doctor on hospital's website or make appointment request on HealthSoul.
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