Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-17 01:25:00 –
Kuakini Medical Center has received a $ 250,000 donation used to purchase major medical devices and enhance patient care.
The Central Pacific Bank Foundation made a donation. Last year, we donated more than $ 1.6 million to help local communities help local businesses and residents affected by COVID-19.
“The CPB Foundation is proud that the Kuakini Medical Center has played a key role in supporting Hawaii’s medical needs for over a century,” said Keith Amemiya, CPB Foundation Secretary-General, in a statement. Stated. “Knowing that our gifts play an important role in providing life-saving emergency to our inhabitants during a pandemic, in addition to the continued health and security of our community. I’m humble. “
The medical center plan includes the replacement of the patient monitoring system.
“The Kuakini Medical Center is very grateful for the generous support of the Central Pacific Bank Foundation,” Gary Kajiwara, president and chief executive officer of Kuakini Health System, said in a statement. “With the help of CPB Foundation donations, Kuakini can replace the central patient monitoring station, which plays an important role in the continued health and safety of patients.”
The CPB Foundation is the charitable division of Central Pacific Bank, located in 31 locations in Hawaii.
Kuakini Medical Center is a non-profit subsidiary of Kuakini Health System and a certified teaching hospital.
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