Acute Care Hospitals
Government - State

MAUI MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER

221 MAHALANI STREET, WAILUKU, HI 96793
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About MAUI MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER

221 MAHALANI STREET
WAILUKU, HI 96793

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Maui Memorial Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Maui County, HI.

Maui Memorial Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Maui Memorial Medical Center is a government - state hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions

Reviews

I was seen for acute visit while on an anniversary trip with my husband. The staff members were so helpful and understanding from the ER Tech, Nurses, and Physician that saw me. They handled my situation with sensitivity and understanding. (2 weeks ago)

My husband was rushed to the ER while we were on vacation here. While they are not the fastest they were truly amazing thus the 5 stars. My husband is a heart patient, we didn’t know what was going on but they were thorough to figure it out. We have two young children and everyone was so amazing about them and not only making sure my husband was taken care of but us as well. While the answer to my husbands problems were still not 100% answered we knew the root and what he needed to do to get better. Be patient, this is a hospital, it takes awhile and not only locals but so many vacationers come here. Mahalo Maui Memorial ❤️ (a week ago)

I have been to this hospital for treatment three times. I have never had a more negative experience in my life. It baffles me. I received my nursing degree several years ago and decided to change careers but I remember my training. I can only assume the nursing staff is overworked and under appreciated but almost the entire staff save a few exceptions were cold and without compassion, detached and not at all invested in thier patients. Several were actually rude and completely unprofessional. I am appalled. On the last visit to the ER I had five nurses in the 3.5 hours I spent there. I’ve received better care in a third world country hospital where the medical staff barely spoke English. I have a great deal of experience with hospitals, in a professional sense and in a personal way. I am motivated to actually get involved and invoke some kind of change because this hospital is so incredibly terrible. (a month ago)

If I could choose no stars I would. This hospital is terrible. I went to the ER one evening due to signs of liver failure. Upon getting admitted to the ER, tests revealed I in fact had severe liver failure. They ran a couple tests, then gave me morphine (which closes the liver more) and discharged me at 5am, when I had no one with me. I stumbled outside and passed out in a flower bed. Thank God my mother found me. When I saw a doctor a week later, because I was still in liver failure, he was shocked that they treated me this way and i wasn't admitted and rushed me back to the hospital. They admitted me and ordered every test you could imagine. Unfortunately, the doctor on the floor I was on cancelled all testing and fluids but had me sit there for 3 days confused. I was severely neglected. I finally found a doctor outside of the hospital that ran a ton of tests to finally figure out I had contracted HEP E. If they would have just continued with testing while I was admitted, I could have avoided the months of running around for testing and extra costs that were procured. It was a traumatic and awful experience. This wasn't the first time. They also gave me morphine without me knowing when I was admitted with a kidney infection WHILE PREGNANT. I was neglected and left drugged for 3 days that time also and never saw a doctor. They said they weren't even sure if it was actually a kidney infection when i was discharged. Awful service, millions of horror stories from everyone on island. I recommend you get on a plane and go to Oahu if you need care. (2 months ago)

My wife and I went in with concerns about her pregnancy while on vacation. The emergency room staff admitted her immediately and had her in a room in Obstetrics with a nurse right away. They called in Dr Rogers who diagnosed the problem immediately, called in Dr Atkins, called Life Flight from Honolulu and had her on the operating table to perform an emergency C section. The surgery went great, the baby was handled with incredible care before being flown to Honolulu and my wife was treated by an amazing staff who even came to visit when they were working in other areas of the hospital. Without their quick recognition of a problem and immediate action I don't think our premature baby would have the opportunity he does now. I can't begin to express the gratitude I have for these people. (4 months ago)

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