Hawaii Health Systems Corporation provides accessible, high quality, cost-effective services that address the healthcare needs of Hawaii’s unique island communities.
Given the combination of its total acute and long-term beds capacity, HHSC is the fourth largest public health system in the country and the largest provider of healthcare on every island except Oahu and Molokai. HHSC is the only acute care provider on the islands of Maui and Lanai. HHSC is the "Safety Net" for Neighbor Island Acute Care and the "Safety Net" for Long-Term Care (LTC) in the state of Hawaii. The system operates 1,275 licensed beds in facilities located on five different islands. In Fiscal Year 2013, HHSC hospitals provided a total of 21,141 acute care admissions and 112,852 acute care patient days; 1,329 long-term care admissions, 243,676 long-term care patient days; 3,620 babies born and 113,841 emergency room visits.