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We are saddened to announce that the Aloha Free Clinic will be permanently closing its doors on December 18, 2020. The Aloha Free Clinic has provided free healthcare to over 300 patients, ages 8 to 75, from neighbor islands and other countries including China, Thailand, Japan, Canada and Russia.

On behalf of the Aloha Free Clinic, we would like to extend a warm Mahalo Nui Loa to our generous donors, and to our 140+ volunteers consisting of doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and others who made this clinic possible. We would especially like to thank Hawaii’s lieutenant governor, Dr. Josh Green and Dr. James Ireland who started the Aloha Free Clinic, and to the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii who made our daily business operations possible. We would like to specifically thank the following donors and individuals:

The National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii
Hawaiian Hope
5 Minute Pharmacy
Clinical Labs of Hawaii
Kamehameha Schools
Innovative Designs and Sales
Rotary Taipei Lungmen – Fo Guang Shan Hawaii Temple
Pacific Eye Surgery Center
Maui Clinic Pharmacy
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Honey Bee Cleaners
StylhausMaui Clinic Pharmacy
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Honey Bee Cleaners
Five Birdies
Designs Partners Incorporated

U.S. Renal Care
Pacific Eye Surgery
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Hawaii Pacific University
H4 (Hawaii’s Homeless Healthcare Hui)

Lt. Governor Josh Green
Dr. Ireland
Dr. Becky Yoza
Dr. Emily Brewer

Thank you to the community for trusting us with your healthcare and allowing us to serve you during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was a pleasure to assist you in this time of need.

Mahalo Nui Loa,
Kara Yoshida, MSN, APRN-Rx
Clinical Director

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The Aloha Free Clinic is now closed, but where else can we go to for help?

Please download our list of community resources for our former patients or anyone else who may need help.

Aloha Free Clinic was a free pop-up clinic for people in Hawaii who are uninsured. We  offered free in-person visits, tele-health, generic medication, and discounted blood tests statewide. We offered referrals to other statewide free health services as well as a Med-QUEST enrollment officer to help patients determine if they are eligable for federal subsidized insurance. The clinic was supported by generous donations and volunteers across the state. The last day of the clinic will be on 12/18/2020.


  • Free Exams – in person and telehealth
  • Free or Discounted Labs
  • Free Medications




Monday 9:00am -4:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am -4:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am -4:00pm
Thursday 9:00am -4:00pm
Friday 9:00am -4:00pm

THANKSGIVING – NOV 26-27, 2020



2055 North King Street, Honolulu, HI 96819

(in the same building as Clinical Laboratories and Pacific Eye Surgery Center)



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The Aloha Free Clinic is now closed, but where else can we go to for help?

Please download our list of community resources for our former patients or anyone else who may need help.