In grateful recognition of our Clinical Faculty Members for their long standing contributions to our academic mission, the Department of Medicine has been acknowledging those who’ve served on our volunteer faculty for over 20 years. Medical students, residents, and other members of our department have been distributing service awards to our longest serving Clinical Faculty.

The University of Hawai’i Department of Medicine originated with the formation of the University of Hawai’i School of Medicine in 1966 at Leahi Hospital under the leadership of the first Chair of Medicine, Dr. Kekuni Blaisdell. Since then, the UH Department of Medicine relocated to the Queen’s Medical Center, the largest teaching hospital in Hawai’i. The Department is now comprised of 15 divisions with over 400 faculty members. The Medicine faculty are located at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, The Queen’s Medical Center, Kuakini Medical Center, Straub Medical Center, Spark Matsunaga Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, and in the community’s private medical practices.
Our missions of Education, Patient Care, and Research are intertwined, and all three missions are integral to the goals of our department.
Education: With respect to our educational mission, our trainees include medical students, graduate students, interns, residents, clinical and research fellows, and postdoctoral fellows. We provide clinical training in all of the disciplines in internal medicine. In addition, fellowship training is available in general internal medicine and all of the sub-specialties.
Patient Care: Our clinical programs provide for outstanding and innovative patient care in general and sub-specialty medicine. Our physicians pride themselves in offering state-of-the-art clinical care, with a commitment to providing care high quality care to all those who seek out help.
Research: The research focus of the Department is on interdisciplinary research programs related to human disease. These research programs are pursed in collaboration with other departments in the School of Medicine, other Schools within the University, and other national and international institutions and organizations.

National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Membership for Faculty, Post-Doctorate, and Graduate Students

We are pleased to announce that Mānoa will be providing all faculty, postdocs and graduate students with access to the resources of The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), an independent organization dedicated to supporting academics throughout their careers.

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All UH faculty and students can get a free digital subscription to the New York Times (including full access to and NYT mobile apps).

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