Critical Access Hospitals
Government - State

LANAI COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

628 7TH STREET, LANAI CITY, HI 96763
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2.5 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About LANAI COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

628 7TH STREET
LANAI CITY, HI 96763

Lanai Community Hospital, Lanai City, HI listing in the skilled nursing home facility directory.

Lanai Community Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Maui County, HI.

Lanai Community Hospital does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Lanai Community Hospital is a government - state hospital.

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I worked here for 6.5 years. Being a rural community with limited resources it's lucky to have our only ER and any doctors at all on the Island. To visit a public state owned facility and publicly bad mouth the hospital reflects the lack of knowledge regardless of circumstance. Support the hospital by donating time and funds to the LCH Foundation. The physicians work for a private entity. They are contracted by the hospital to provided services. Weekend doctors are usually from Oahu and the 2 on-island doctors rotate ER call on weekdays after working in the clinic all day. Please Respect. (a year ago)

This place is a complete joke. I have worked in healthcare for thirty-eight years, and I know what it means to care for patients - the key word being CARE. My husband and I were recent visitors to Lana'i. By the time we reached Lana'i from Molokai, we knew he was developing bronchitis. I had even called our physician in Indiana to confirm the drugs he is given to counter what for him is a disastrous bacterial infection. We presented at the STRAUB Clinic where we saw David A. Becerril, MD. It was obvious he did not care and was not interested in listening; he only wanted to tell us that everyone has "this stuff," and that he had already had three colds this winter. End of visit. The next day we were to fly out, but all flights in and out were cancelled, so after six and one-half hours in the airport, we returned to Hotel Lana'i, and went immediately to the "Emergency Room." Leslie, a traveling RN, started right in with the same story - everyone has this stuff - and on and on. Following her preliminaries, she announced that they had called a doctor who would show within a half hour - one who is on call. Who finally walks into the room? The one and only David A. Becerril, MD, with "Well, hello again." We both thought we would die on the spot. He cared even less this time but relented and gave us three days' worth of doxycycline saying that was all they had. There are no words for his complete lack of caring about the fact that we needed help. End of story? No. We flew to Kauai on Sunday, went to the Urgent Care Center on Monday morning where an awesome physician, Mark Magelssen, MD, LISTENED to us and said, "Patients tend to know their own bodies better than anyone else. Let's get you what your doctor gives you and get you well." Forty-eight hours later, we are starting to see the results of Rocephin and Avelox. We saved for two years for this vacation, and spending it being sick is no fun. I hope no one on Lana'i ever needs local healthcare. (3 years ago)

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