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Medical Services Transportation

Security Office - (808) 735-4792 or

Office of Housing & Residence Life - (808) 739-4648 or

Chaminade provides transportation for resident students’ emergency medical care to the following locations only:

  1. Kaiser Permanente

    1. Honolulu Medical Office (1010 Pensacola St)

    2. Hawaii Kai Clinic (6700 Kalanianaʻole Hwy # 111)

  2. Hawai‘i Pacific Health

    1. Straub Medical Center (888 S. King St)

    2. Straub Medical Center – Kahala Clinic & Urgent Care (4210 Waialae Ave, Suite 501)

    3. Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women and Children (1319 Punahou St)

  3. The Queen’s Health System

    1. The Queen’s Medical Center (1301 Punchbowl St)

    2. The Queen’s Health Care Centers – Kahala (1215 Hunakai St)

    3. The Queen’s Island Urgent Care – Kapahulu (449 Kapahulu Ave, Suite 104)

    4. The Queen’s Island Urgent Care – Kaka‘ako) (400 Keawe St, #100)

Taxi service for medical transportation will be provided free of charge for students living in the university-operated residence halls and apartments. Only Chaminade’s official taxi service vendor, The Cab, may be used for medical transport when a request is made and approved. A student will be provided with a taxi voucher. A student may request up to four round trips, (8 vouchers) per academic year, to any of the aforementioned medical facilities. During the summer session, this service will be extended to enrolled summer session students living in the residence halls only.

During regular business hours, Transportation vouchers for routine/follow-up visits from Chaminade to one of the aforementioned medical facilities may be obtained from the Security Office (808-735-4792) or the Residence Life Office (808-739-4648).

Students who choose to utilize the service must supply a receipt, doctor’s note confirming their visit to the health facility, and the used voucher within two working days of the trip. Students failing to supply a receipt will be charged for the cost of the trip and $100 for the used voucher(s).

Students are expected to utilize emergency transportation (ambulance) when deemed appropriate. The student is responsible for the cost of the emergency transportation. In certain situations, students may not have the option to refuse emergency transportation.

As Chaminade University does not have a health clinic on-campus, healthcare services are available to Chaminade students at most local clinics and doctor’s offices for a fee. Longs Drugs/CVS, located at 3221 Waialae Avenue, is a convenient location for purchase or refills of student prescriptions.