Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

THE QUEENS MEDICAL CENTER

1301 PUNCHBOWL ST, HONOLULU, HI 96813
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Below the national average

Readmission

Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average

About THE QUEENS MEDICAL CENTER

1301 PUNCHBOWL ST
HONOLULU, HI 96813

The Queen's Medical Center is a private, non-profit, acute care medical facility serving the State of Hawaii. It is the largest private hospital in Hawaii, licensed ...

The Queens Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Honolulu County, HI.

The Queens Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

The Queens Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private 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

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Reviews

Over the years, many family members have been in & out of Queen's. There's good nurses & bad nurses & overall Queen is a good enough hospital. The reason why I am giving 3 stars is because there were a few instances that left me bewildered and the hospital didn't own up bad conduct. For instance, a couple nurse aides forcefully took my grandma's clothes off and left her standing in the room naked while they spoke Tagalog with each other -- completely oblivious they need to dress my Grandma. She was frail and fighting cancer. Another time, my mom was in the ER. The doctor was extremely condescending. There's no need to speak to us like we're mentally challenged & then give us attitude for trying to clarify what we don't understand. If we were in the medical profession, we wouldn't need your help. Then there are great experiences like the mammogram department & their colonoscopy department. Great caring nurses who aren't in a rush & extremely patient & understanding. In conclusion: there's good & there's bad... May you get a good caring professional that day you need them. (3 months ago)

Queen's Hospital is our big hospital. Like many hospital, incremental building additions overtime make it difficult to navigating through the hospital. I really mean navigate when you're inside the hospital. If I have to give direction: "From the parking structure, you take the elevator to street level, walk through the promenade, through the entry lobby. Here the volunteer reception can give you directions to your destination. Emma tower is where I usually go and visit patients. You can continue to walk pass the gift shop, tunnel through the hallways, keep left or follow the arrows on the ground or the overhead sign and there you are, the Emma tower elevators. I like Queen's since there is more room in the patients room and I don't know, I just think people get well faster if they have some breathing room. (5 months ago)

Just last year my dad. Surgery the Dr. Nurse. Are really nice and helpful and responds. (a month ago)

I slipped and fell in the early morning and cut my lip while falling and went to Queen's ER to be treated. My experience at Queen's ER was exceptional. From the Security Guard to the Admitting nurse to the Intake Nurse to the Nurse's Aid to the Physician Assistant Jamie to Doctor Chung-Esaki and from the Discharge Nurse, everyone was caring, professional, considerate and personally concerned about my condition. They realized that I did not really want to be there and they tried to make my stay as comfortable as possible, although they were very busy with other emergencies. I am now recovering well from my fall and deeply appreciative of the professional and attentive care that I received. Thank you Queen's ER! (4 months ago)

My husband was medevac'd to Queen's from Hawai'i Island with a near-fatal brain aneurysm. Miraculously, Dr. Sung Bae Lee was able to repair it with a coil, and hubby is now 90% his old self. He spent two weeks in QMC Neural ICU, where he received excellent care from Dr. Lee, Dr. Cherylee Chang, and a terrific staff of caring, skilled nurses and therapists. Even though he was intubated for two weeks, they somehow got to know him and communicate with him, and help him heal to the point where he could safely transfer to Rehab Hospital of the Pacific. QMC is beautiful, a bit meandering, but not too bad if you follow the signs. They have a very good cafeteria with a salad bar, hot food line, and made-to-order items, and a convenient coffee shop in the Lobby. There are places to sit outdoors and take a breather, however after - I think - 8 p.m., you can only exit through the doors by the ER, and if you go outside, you won't be allowed back in. FYI, it's cold in the hospital, especially ICU, so take a sweater. (2 months ago)

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