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The Hawaii State Capitol is the official statehouse or capitol building of Hawaii in the United States. From its chambers, the executive and legislative branches administer their duties in the governance of the state. The Hawaii State Legislature—composed of the twenty-five member Hawaii State Senate led by the President of the Senate and the fifty-one member Hawaii State House of Representatives led by the Speaker of the House—convenes in the building. Its principal tenants are the Governor of Hawaii and Lieutenant Governor of Hawaii, as well as all legislative offices.
HMA Legislative Presentation
Did you know Hawaii's Physician Shortage increased 20% last year because Physicians are leaving the State in large numbers? Attend and hear about the alarming data coming from Hawaii's Physician Workforce Assessment Project. Come and ask what can be done to prevent this crisis from getting even worse.
All Legislators and Staff Welcome in ROOM 423: April 7, 2016 9:30- 10:30 AM Presentation of Workforce Assessment and Steps To Take to Prevent More Providers from Exiting the State - Dr. Kelley Withy, MD, followed by Q&A
Legislative Forum luncehon at the Hawaii State Capitol
Please join us for lunch with our State legislators and their staff on Tuesday, April 16th, 11:30-12:45. Room 224 at the Hawaii State Capitol.
FREE. Pah Ke's Chinese Restaurant in Kaneohe will cater. Sponsored by Save our Doctors and the HMA. More info.
Legislative Information Session Health Care solutions for Hawaii, Feb. 9th, Tues, Noon-2pm, Hawaii State Capitol, Rm 229
Legislative Informational Luncheon Solving the Health Care Access Crisis in Hawaii. Groups from Hawaii will discuss the current situation with recent data that shows the depth of the problem and the areas most affected. Solutions, including medical liability reform will be discussed. Wed. Feb 9th, Noon-2pm, Hawaii State Capitol, Rm 229. Free Lunch will be provided so please join us. Send your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Matters Radio Show Sunday, Oct 10, 7am - 8am
Tune in and join us on air this Sunday from 7am - 8am for Community Matters with radio personality host Mike Buck as we discuss medical tort reform and the importance of voting for candidates who support medical liability reform.
The panel members are: Dr. Malcolm Ing an ophthalmologist, Kathy Campbell (patient who has lost 2 physicians, co-founder of Save Our Doctors and board member, retired teacher, former lobbyist for disabled children), Lauren Zirbel (HMA lobbyist) and Jacques Ambrose (medical student). They will be talking about medical tort reform and the importance of voting for candidates who support medical liability reform.
26th Annual Hawaii Seniors' Fair - The Good Life Expo
8:30 am - 4:30pm
Continuous entertainment on two stages; free seminars; Hawaiian Crafts Village; info on health, nutrition, travel, finances, mortgages/reverse mortgages, gov. agencies, Senior's Clubs, retirement facilities, physical fitness; great shopping for clothing, jewelry, crafts and more! FREE ADMISSION.