Queens Medical Center West

91-2141 Fort Weaver Rd,

Ewa Beach, HI 96706

80 Beds

Founded in 2014 as part of an expansion of The Queen’s Health Systems, The Queen’s Medical Center in West Oahu is located in one of the fastest growing regions in Hawaii. Originally a hospital operated by the Sisters of St. Francis, this facility offers outpatient specialities for Central and West Oahu residents. About a half-hour drive from Honolulu, The Queen’s Medical Center in West Oahu is conveniently located in Ewa Beach, Oahu.

Ewa Beach is located in Ewa District along the Mamala Bay coast on the leeward side of Oahu, Hawaii. Known for its fishponds and terraced agricultural fields, Ewa Beach has a rich history in Native Hawaiian ingenuity. Far less populated than the major city of Honolulu, Ewa Beach is home to around 15,000 residents, largely Asian in origin. As part of the Hawaiian economy, the cost of living is relatively high. The median income for a family in this area was around $58k in the 2000 census. White Plains and Oneula beaches attracts surfing, scuba, and beach enthusiasts, and there are a number of tropical golf courses within easy distance of the coast. Average temperatures in this island region averages between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit annually, with around 17 inches of rain and constant humidity. If you prefer to live outside the busy city, love to golf, and are looking for a tropical destination for your next contract, consider Queen’s Medical Center West in Ewa Beach, Oahu.

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