Changes to the indoor mask requirements do not apply in healthcare settings
Effective Friday, March 25, 2022, wearing a mask while indoors will no longer be required in Hawaii. We want to remind you that this change does not apply to healthcare settings. For medical offices in Hawaii: all employees, providers, and visitors age 2 years and older must wear a mask while in healthcare facilities at all times. We also encourage you to keep your guard up deciding whether or not you should be wearing a mask in certain situations while out in public. If you’re in a small space, with a large group of people, it is still a good idea to keep your mask on.
We will still continue our COVID19 screening.
We will also continue to try to schedule sick appointments separate from children with well-child check ups. If you are coming for a sick appointment, please text that you have arrived from the parking lot and we will call you to enter.