About Aloha Free Clinic
Hawaii’s lietenant govenor, Dr. Josh Green, and Dr. James Ireland have joined forces with over 140 volunteer doctors and nurses across the state to provide free medical care to the people of Hawaii during this time of crisis. The Aloha Free Clinic will be made available from June 1 – August 30, 2020 to the people across the state with in-person visits as well as tele-health. After August, the clinic will re-evaluate the needs of our community and provide referrals to other public health services in our community.
CLINICAL Lead STAFF
- Dr. Emily Brewer, DNP
- Dr. Josh Green
- Dr. James Ireland
- Dr. Becky Yoza, DNP
Aloha Free Clinic will be staffed by over 140 volunteer doctors and nurses, and nursing students from Hawaii Pacific University.
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.
OUR FISCAL SPONSOR
The Aloha Free Clinic has partnered with the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii, as our sole fiscal agent. This means that if you want to donate to the Aloha Free Clinic, you may do so via the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii, who will receive, collect and process all tax-deductible donations for the Aloha Free Clinic.
After the Aloha Free Clinic concludes on December 18, 2020, any donations to the Aloha Free Clinic that have not been expended will be used for the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii’s community outreach clinical programs for people who do not have access to care or who are uninsured.
If you would like to donate to the Aloha Free Clinic, please be sure to check the Aloha Free Clinic box in this donation form from the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii’s website. Mahalo for your support!
To make a donation, please use our partner agency’s website at the National Kidney Foundation, and check the Aloha Free Clinic box.
OUR GENEROUS DONORS
Aloha Free Clinic is made by possible by the generous donors who have provided PPE, generic drugs for patients, furniture, technology, and so much more. Because of you, we are able to serve those in our community who most need it during this pandemic.