A Deep Mahalo to our Outstanding Employees!

* 2016 Employee of the Year *

LeeAnne Bennett Jeremaiah


“LeeAnne deserves this award for her hard work and dedication during the transition between ED managers. She has always been an unofficial leader for the nursing staff, more recently elevating that role. She organizes and promotes team building events, putting together an ED team for the Great Aloha Run, for example. She makes herself available on her days off for various ED needs. She is a go-to person for ED issues and current events. She has frequently available to be called in for critical emergency cases whether or not she signs up for it. She does a lot for the hospital and community, without want of recognition, and does it all with a smile.”


2016 Employees of the Month

* Noelani Rodrigues *


December

“Having a perfect zero error rate for ED Patients registered”

* Desiree Martinez Nozawa *


November 2/2

“Drove pediatric spinal fluid to town for testing 3am.”

* April Purcell-Ah Nee *


November 1/2

"Comforted an abandon baby seen in the ER clothing her, feeding her, loving her.”

* Wesley Johnson *


October

“Dropped everything you were doing to help with a payroll system issue so we could submit payroll in time for all of us to get paid.”

* Vika Kinikini *



September

“Helped out in ER by cleaning beds and assisting with transferring patients.”

* Morgan Mills *



August

“Been on top of everything for the past two weeks. Thank you for all you do. I appreciate you!”

* Justin Kam-Gaddis *


July

“Noticed a patient’s snack request of “peanut butter” when on the list of her allergies”

* Noralynn Grande *


June

“Came in on a holiday to help a teammate clean a patient room.”

* Megan McFarland *


May

“Former patient described how she received excellent care from you and she wanted to make sure you efforts were recognized”

* Melito Bruno *


April

“Took initiative to stay late and clean room due to a late discharge”.

* Kori Napaa *


March

“Your willingness to step up and help cover with case management and admissions when one of your teammates was ill for the remainder of the week.”

* Alanna Chun *


February

“For taking the lead on Cerner supplies training”

* LeeAnne Bennett Jeremaiah *


January

“LeeAnne deserves this award for her hard work and dedication during the transition between ED managers. She has always been an unofficial leader for the nursing staff, more recently elevating that role. She organizes and promotes team building events, putting together an ED team for the Great Aloha Run, for example. She makes herself available on her days off for various ED needs. She is a go-to person for ED issues and current events. She has frequently available to be called in for critical emergency cases whether or not she signs up for it. She does a lot for the hospital and community, without want of recognition, and does it all with a smile.”