Ke Ola Mamo

LIFE OF THE DESCENDENTS
Native Hawaiian health care system – Oahu

Coronavirus Update and Assistance

Heart and Hands

At Ke Ola Mamo, the safety and well-being of our employees, clients, and patients is always our priority. Ke Ola Mamo will be closed to all walk-ins until further notice. The ability to continue and provide our community with the necessary primary, behavioral, and community healthcare services during this time remains essential.

To reach our clinic please call (808) 440- 6852 to set up a TeleVisit appointment. Otherwise, if you are a community member seeking resources please contact your community’s Ke Ola Mamo office on this website.

Our Mission is to empower, educate and promote the health and well-being of our Native Hawaiian community.
Our Vision
We envision a vibrant, intra-dependent Native Hawaiian community based on cultural values with individuals achieving their optimal spiritual, mental and physical potential.
Your Health is Our Concern
Native Hawaiians have the highest mortality rate of any ethnic group in Hawai`i. Heart disease, diabetes, stroke and cancer are the main cause of early death.

Come Join Us

Ke Ola Mamo Events
  • Wili i lei lanakila
    Wili i lei lanakila Uniting community assets into a health action plan RSVP to a session at https://bit.ly/38enLNw […]
  • ‘Aha Kāne Logo‘Aha Kane Workshop May 1, 2020
    ‘Aha Kane Workshop on May 1, 2020 at 2:00PM Aha Kāne will be hosting a couple of learning (via zoom) starting this friday (May 1st) on discussing mental health • He Huewai Ola • ʻAha Kāne Collaboration Episode Hosted by Sam Kapoi, with Kamana’opono Crabbe, Keawe Kaholokula, Mehana Hind zoom link: kanaeokana.net/auinala […]
  • Lāhui UpdatesChantrelle Wai`alae on Domestic Violence
    Chantrelle Wai`alae on Domestic Violence On Lahui Updates, Chantrelle Wai`alae talk story about some of the ways COVID-19 is affecting Kānaka, specifically, focusing on domestic violence. Here is an excerpt. Click here for the full broadcast […]
  • Hula dance your hypertension away
    Hula dance class with instructor, Hula teacher (kuma hula) Ka’olu Luning, Ke Ola Mamo Health Systems Medical Clinic, Honolulu, HI. Copyright Nicasello Photography Hula dance your hypertension away High blood pressure or hypertension is tied to a multitude of complications, many of which are potentially fatal, including stroke, aneurysm, heart attack, heart failure, and kidney disease, among […]
  • Kulia I Ke Ola Pono
    Kulia I Ke Ola Pono“Strive for Better Health” […]

Health Promotion Services

  • Home Visits & Health Assessments
  • Community & Health Resource Referrals
  • Medical Transportation Upon Availability
  • Cancer Navigation
  • Blood Pressure Screening
  • Assist with Forms and applications (DHHS, SSI, etc.)
  • Schedule Appointments & Screenings
  • Follow-Ups with Primary Care Physicians

Ke Ola Mamo promotes traditional Native Hawaiian Healing practices and traditions through various cultural education programs throughout our community. Native Hawaiian Traditional healing includes La`au Lapa`au, Ho`oponopono, and Lomilomi.

Health Care Services

We offer medical examinations in Pediatrics, OBGYN, and Adult Medicine at Kuakini Medical Plaza, as well as Nursing Case Management. We also assist with forms and applications (DHHS, SSI, etc.)

We provide Individual, Group Counseling, Couples, and Family Counseling, Tobacco Cessation, Substance Abuse Services and Stress Management Workshops with Licensed Clinical Social Workers and other qualified individuals.

We provide nutrition counseling for individuals and families. Our focus is to improve health outcomes through healthy eating.

Chronic diseases are among the most common and costly of all health problems. We provide health education and screening to aid in the control and prevention of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke, obesity, respiratory diseases, and oral conditions.

Health Education Awareness

We provide group classes for:

  • PILI Ohana
  • Partners in Care
  • Blood Pressure Management
  • Healthy Living
  • Chronic Disease Self Management
  • Diabetes Self Management

Ke Ola Mamo engages in community-based participatory research (CBPR). CBPR is an approach in which community and researchers partner on research which community has identified. For more information on current research, please contact our Research Department at (808) 848-8000.

Current research projects: 

  • KaHOLO (2015 – 2020). Hula and high blood pressure is a 5-year project focused on understanding how hula improves high blood pressure.

Get in touch with us

To find out more about participating in our programs, contact the office nearest you.

1505 Dillingham Blvd. Rm 205
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 848-8000
Fax: 848-8001

Hau`ula Civic Center
54-10 Kukuna Rd
Hauula, HI 96717
Phone: (808) 232-2222
Fax: (808) 293-5329

1505 Dillingham Blvd. Rm 300
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 845-4646
Fax: 845-4648

41-253 Ilauhole Street
Waimanalo, HI 96795
Phone: 259-6666
Fax: 259-0932

87-2070 Farrington Hwy, Ste. K
Wai`anae, HI 96792
Phone: 668-1110
Fax: 668-1161

321 N. Kuakini St. Ste 308
Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: 440-6852
Fax: 440-6878

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