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Hawaii Free Clinics and Community Health Centers

Welcome to Free Clinic Directory's listings for Hawaii. Our Hawaii listings include 117 affordable and free clinics with several different pieces of information that can help low-income and uninsured people connect with a clinic or community health center in their area. These clinics offer free and discounted rates for medical and dental care. Our county listings include contact information, a listing of services and any further remarks that may be pertinent to our users, such as free services provided, discounted services provided and clinic operating hours. Free Clinic Directory strives to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. In order to achieve this, we highly recommend that our users offer reviews and listing corrections. To start browsing our listings, simply click on a county and begin reading.

Counties in Hawaii

Hawaii (20)
Honolulu (62)
Kauai (7)
Maui (23)

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Hawaii Medical and Dental Clinics:

Bay Clinic, Inc
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: 808-934-3206
Details: Bay Clinic's mission is to provide high quality, patient-centered, comprehensive health care that is accessible, affordable, coordinated, culturally competent, and community directed for all.
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic
Community Clinic Of Maui
Location: Wailuku, HI - 96732
Contact Phone: 808-872-4027
Services: Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Other Professional Services, Primary Medical Care, Specialty Medical Care
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic
Community Health Services Ke-ola Hou Clinic
Location: Kalihi, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: 808-847-1808
Services: Dental Care Services, Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Other Professional Services, Primary Medical Care
Remarks: Year round
Hamakua Health Center, Inc.
Location: Honoka'a, HI - 96727
Contact Phone: 808-775-9133
Services: Other Professional Services, Primary Medical Care
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic
Ho'ola Lahui Hawaii
Location: Lihue, HI - 96766
Contact Phone: 808-246-3511
Details: To enhance the health and wellness of our community, with an emphasis on culturally appropriate services for Native Hawaiians.
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic, Community Health Center
Hui Malama Ola Na
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: 808-969-9220
Details: Hui Mälama Ola Na`Öiwi began as a private, non-profit organization in Puna in 1985 when Hawaiian community leaders (mostly farmers), health professionals, technicians, and educators in collaboration with Alu Like, Inc. responded to the Puna Hui `Ohanas concern about the Native Hawaiians reluctance to seek medical care until it was too late.
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic
Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Inc.
Location: Wailuku, HI - 96793
Contact Phone: 808-244-4647
Services: Dental Care Services, Enabling Services, Other Professional Services
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic
James And Abigail Campbell Clinic/nanakuli Satellite
Location: Waianae, HI - 96792
Contact Phone: 808-668-2311
Services: Dental Care Services, Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Primary Medical Care, Specialty Medical Care
Remarks: Year round
Ka'u Family Health Center
Location: Na'alehu, HI - 96772
Contact Phone: 808-929-7311
Services: Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Primary Medical Care
Remarks: Year round
Kalihi-palama Health Center
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96817
Contact Phone: 808-845-8578
Details: Kalihi-Pālama Health Center (KPHC) opened in 1975 in response to community concerns about health services for low-income Native Hawaiians and increasing immigrant and refugee populations.  Kalihi-Pālama is a poor, inner city neighborhood of Honolulu with more than 58,000 inhabitants.  Within the district’s boundaries are seven public housing projects and a blend of low-income housing, industrial facilities, small businesses, and the border of Chinatown.  Home to poor Native Hawaiians 50 years ago, today Kalihi-Pālama is typically the first home for immigrants and refugees.  Begun at Kaumakapili Church, KPHC more than doubled its patient capacity when it moved to a new modern facility on North King Street in 1994. In 2008, the new KPHC Downtown Clinic was opened at the crossroads between Chinatown and the urban Honolulu core to provide expanded access for patients.
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic