Queen's Medical Center Honolulu Hospital To Update Policies After 2 Virus Clusters By Associated Press • Jan 15, 2021 AP Photo/Marina Riker HONOLULU — A Honolulu hospital plans to update its policies after being struck by coronavirus clusters in two areas of the facility. New Leadership Faces Challenges At Queen's Health Systems By A. Kam Napier • Oct 2, 2020 AP Photo/Marina Riker The Queen’s Health Systems got a new president and CEO in October. Jill Hoggard Green took up her position shortly before the unprecedented challenges of 2020. As COVID-19 Cases Rise, Hawaii Hospitals Plan For Day They Exceed Capacity By Ashley Mizuo • Aug 13, 2020 AP Photo/Marina Riker Some Hawaii hospitals are getting hit harder than others with the surge in COVID-19 cases. But the Healthcare Association of Hawaii that represents hospitals has a plan: it will re-distribute patients if needed so facilities aren’t overrun. The Conversation: 2020 Hawaii Primary Election Recap By Bill Dorman, Catherine Cruz & Jason Ubay • Aug 10, 2020 Image by <a href="https://pixabay.com/users/mohamed_hassan-5229782/?utm_source=link-attribution&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=image&utm_content=3594094">mohamed Hassan</a> Big turnout and a few surprises in the primary election; Self care for physicians at Queen's Medical Center; State has a reopening and reclosing plan, but isn't following it; Job opportunities on Maui Queen's To Establish Dedicated Virus Unit By September By Associated Press • Aug 10, 2020 Pkd2016 / CC BY-SA 4.0 / Wikimedia Commons The Queen’s Medical Center on Oahu plans to establish a new unit dedicated to treatment of COVID-19 patients. Hawaii Doctors Lose Jobs After Hospital Switches Contractors By Associated Press • Sep 2, 2019 Alex Proimos/Flickr/Wikimedia Commons / CC License 2.0 A dozen doctors have lost their positions after a Honolulu hospital switched to a new employment contractor, officials said. Homeless H4 Project: Hygiene, Healthcare, Housing and Humanitarian Services By Wayne Yoshioka • Dec 18, 2017 Wayne Yoshioka Emergency medical care for Honolulu’s homeless cost taxpayers millions of dollars each year. Now, there’s a possible solution. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.