Keeping patients close to home while giving them quality care
Sponsored by Maui Health
Patients suffering from a stroke or heart attack on Maui no longer have to fly off island to get quality care. For over nine years, Maui Memorial Medical Center has been recognized by the American Heart/Stroke Association for providing the best stroke care and heart failure care with the best outcomes in Hawaii and in the nation. Doctors Turgut Berkmen and Cordia Wan gave HI Now a tour of their facility.
About Maui Memorial Medical Center:
Maui Memorial Medical Center is Joint Commission Accredited, a designated Level III Trauma Center, a certified Primary Stroke Center, and the only acute care hospital on Maui.
Principal services for comprehensive trauma care:
Toshiba 640 Slice CT
Philips 3 Tesla MRI
1 Cath lab
2 Interventional radiology labs
2 Interventional neuroradiologists
2 Cardiothoracic surgeons
Hospitalists, Intensivists, and Pediatric Hospitalists
Other MMMC ED Info:
55,000 emergency room visits per year
Second busiest emergency department in the state
About Maui Health:
Maui Health’s goal is to provide the community of Maui and Lanai with state-of-the-art health care right here at home. Maui Memorial Medical Center exemplifies what makes Maui so special and unique. We are a true community hospital in that our patients are our friends, family, and neighbors and so we care for our patients as we care for our own family members. Our team does whatever we can to not only provide the absolute best care possible, but to make our patients feel comfortable and at ease.
Studies have shown that a critical factor in a person’s healing process is a healing environment and support system. So our goal is to grow and enhance the services we offer so that we can keep as many patients here on island as possible to provide them the best chances of recovery and living a healthy and happy life.
Our ability to treat stroke patients with excellent outcomes and save lives is critical to this goal. With our world-renowned neuroradiology team, state-of-the-art equipment, progressive technology, and 24/7 access to neuroradiologists to read scans, patients no longer need to be transported to Oahu for emergency stroke care.
Stroke team includes specially trained neuroradiologists, Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates and sub-specialty physicians trained in neurology and neurosurgery, cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, plus full range of multi-disciplinary staff including physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapists, psychologists and social workers to provide the full spectrum of services to assist patients in the most successful recovery possible.
Partnership with Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates brings to Maui Memorial Medical Center an extraordinary team of highly sub-specialized radiologists and distributed sub-specialty radiology services along the lines typically seen only in top academic radiology departments.