The Hawaii Medical Association (HMA) is a voluntary, professional membership organization for physicians, resident physicians, and medical students in the state of Hawaii serving Hawaii since 1856. HMA is dedicated to serving physicians, their patients, and the community through representation, advocacy, and public service.
Membership dues allow the Hawaii Medical Association to represent Hawaii physicians and to play a crucial role at the state legislature shaping the future of our health care system.
Hawaii Medical Association and the Honolulu County Medical Society cordially invite you and your guests to our annual gala fundraiser "Ola Pono Ike 2017.
As always, your generous participation helps further our mission to support physicians, patients, and the community through representation, advocacy, and public service.
AlohaMeds is the local chapter of the nationwide program Partnership for Prescription Assistance. A new statewide discount prescription assistance program, called Hawaii Rx Card, is now also available.
The goals and purposes of the HMA and its county medical societies are to:
Promote the science and art of medicine and strive to improve public health.
Participate in the development of health policy for the state.
Hawaii’s residents and tourists are facing a shortage of physicians across the state, which puts everyone’s health at risk. Physicians are leaving Hawaii, retiring early, or no longer providing high-risk, but...
Happy National Doctors' Day to all the Physicians of Hawaii!! Check out Hawaii's own Dr. Angela Pratt, KMCWC OB/GYN Department Chair and Dr. Chris Flanders, Executive Director of the Hawaii Medical Association on Living 808. Thank you KHON2 #living808 #happydoctorsday #hawaiiphysicians #nationaldoctorsday #becomingadoctor #khon2 #doctors #physicians
National Doctors’ Day was established to recognize physicians, their work and their contributions to society and the community. Dr. Angela Pratt is the OB/GYN Department Chair at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children. Dr. Christopher Flanders is Executive Director of the Hawaii Medical Association. They’re helping us understand what it takes to become a doctor and why so many people find that it’s a rewarding career.
Hawaii has the highest homeless rate of any American state—and it was the first to declare the problem an official state of emergency. With roughly 1,900 chronically homeless in the state, legislators in Honolulu are debating a radical new approach that considers homelessness an illness, and housing a medical treatment.
VICE News Tonight correspondent Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani talks to Hawaii state Senator and practicing ER doctor Josh Green about his proposal, as well as the homeless Hawaiians who would benefit..
Support And Strengthen Organized Medicine
Increasing Accessibility to Patients
MACRA and MIPS, collaborative care, alternative payment models, team based medicine, quality metrics, patient centeredness… The list goes on and on as physicians face a whirlwind of change in medicine. Maintaining the fundamental integrity of the medical profession during this time has become exceedingly important.