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Healthcare industry, UH Manoa create Hawaii Nursing Simulation Center

In the spirit of the season, four of Hawai’i’s healthcare industry leaders joined officials and students at UH Mānoa’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene (SONDH) today to celebrate $1,050,000 in initial gifts to support the development of the Hawai’i Nursing Simulation Center at Webster Hall.

At this celebration, healthcare leaders presented a check totaling $1.05 million, representing their four recent gifts made in support of the planned simulation center.

Hawai’i Medical Service Association (HMSA) Foundation made a $500,000 gift; Hawai’i Pacific Health contributed $250,000; Kaiser Permanente Hawai’i contributed

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Hawaii Island Family Heath Center opens in Hilo

A first-of-its kind medical clinic and training center for health professionals celebrated its grand opening in Hilo on Saturday (Oct 24).

The Hawai‘i Island Family Health Center is the culmination of several years of effort by island residents and federal, state, and local governments to address a critical shortage in health professionals available to the Big Island’s citizens.

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Walmart grant helps Red Cross train unemployed as nurse aides

Walmart has awarded the Hawaii State Chapter of the American Red Cross with a $25,000 grant to provide unemployed individuals statewide with scholarships for the Red Cross Nurse Aide Training Program and learn the knowledge and skills necessary to provide quality health care as a certified nurse aide (CNA).

Coralie Chun Matayoshi, Chief Executive Officer of the Hawaii State Chapter, said, “Through Walmart’s generosity, a number of unemployed individuals in Hawaii will be given a chance to learn a skill through our Red Cross Nurse Aide Training Program that will not only lead to employment opportunities, but will also provide them with a life-long skill to care for family, friends and neighbors as they grow older and need assistance. With caregiving skills, more individuals are likely to respond when emergencies or other situations occur that need medical knowledge or assistance. They will be prepared to save the lives of others through their work in hospitals, nursing homes and private home environments.”

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Honoring U. S. Nurse Cadet Corps with scholarship

HONOLULU - The University of Hawaiʻi Foundation and School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene at UH Mānoa have announced the creation of an endowed nursing scholarship, The Claire B. and Mark L. Litchman Endowed Scholarship in Nursing in Honor of the U.S. Nurse Cadet Corps of World War II.

By creating a $35,000 endowment and a $2,000 expendable account to fund the scholarship, the donors are helping increase the number of nurses in Hawaiʻi and showing their support of the nursing profession. Part-time Hawaiʻi residents, Claire and Mark Litchman have a special history with the U.S. Nurse Cadet Corps as Claire served in the U.S. Nurse Cadet Corps in World War II.

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Chaminade names new nursing associate dean

Chaminade University has named Stephanie Genz its new associate dean for nursing.

Genz starts immediately at the Catholic Marianist university in Honolulu, which plans to open its new School of Nursing in the fall of 2010.

Chaminade is waiting on approval by the Hawaii State Board of Nursing for its program, which it’s launching to meet the critical nursing shortage statewide.

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Healthy at home

The Stay Healthy at Home program made it possible for Margaret Kamahele to end four months of hospitalization, receive services at home and take a trip to San Diego.

Kamahele explained that she was hospitalized on Jan. 31 for several weeks because of back surgery and “a lot of complications” that kept taking her back to the hospital.

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West Kaua‘i Clinic Port Allen opens its doors

PORT ALLEN — The blessing and grand opening of the West Kaua‘i Clinic Port Allen represented the best of what Kaua‘i has to offer, said Virginia Beck.

Beck, a nurse practitioner woman’s health care specialist, said the clinic combines the spirit of aloha with old-style care and modern technology.

The WKC Port Allen is a new 2,700-square-foot clinic equipped with state-of-the-art medical facilities and is the new home of the clinic that was formerly located in the ‘Ele‘ele Shopping Center, said Dr. David Lane, assistant administrator for WKC Port Allen.

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Governor’s Furlough Plans Begin To Some Confusion

Furlough plans are already taking their toll and causing some confusion and additional expense.

For example, Department of Health nurses who provide care to medically fragile children in Hawaii’s public schools have been notified of their potential furlough days.

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Nursing leaders begin five-day conference on Saipan

Nursing leaders in the Pacific region vowed to continue providing care to the poor and sick and empowering lives in their community as they opened yesterday the five-day 2009 American Pacific Nursing Leaders Council Conference at the Hyatt Regency Saipan.

Over a hundred participants listened to inspiring messages from APNLC president Toaga A. Seumalo of American Samoa, Lt. Gov. Eloy S. Inos representing the CNMI government, CNMI Nursing Association president Lee Q. Castro, and keynote speaker Roylinne Wada of the U.S. Department of the Interior.

The conference drew a total of 31 official delegates and four APNLC officials from 11 jurisdictions that includes American Samoa, Chuuk, CNMI, Guam, Marshall Islands, Palau, Pohnpei, Yap, Kosrae, Hawaii and, for the first time, Japan.

This year’s conference theme is “Nurses Empowering Lives.”

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$1.2 Million to Hawaii to Create Jobs

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke today announced a $1.2 million Economic Development Administration (EDA) investment to Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii to renovate the second floor of an existing building for use as a nursing training facility. The project is expected to create 330 jobs and generate $25 million in private investment, according to grantee estimates.

“The Obama Administration is committed to creating jobs, encouraging innovation and improving our Nation’s competitiveness,” said Locke. “This EDA investment will train potential nurses using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques and graduates will fill critical positions in hospitals in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.”

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