Maui Memorial
Medical Center

Maui Memorial Medical
Center is a general
medical and surgical
hospital in Wailuku, HI, with
213 beds.
Adult Specialties
       Unranked         

 in Gastroenterology & GI
Surgery
 in Nephrology

 in Neurology &
Neurosurgery
 in Urology

Patient Satisfaction

Under a federal
program, most U.S.
hospitals now sample
recently discharged
patients and ask them
about their stay.
In a
year's worth of surveys,
here's how this hospital's
patients responded to a
key question, along with
averages within the state
and nationally.
Whether patients would
recommend the hospital to
friends and family:
Definitely
57%
State Average
70%
National Average
71%
Probably or definitely not
8%
State Average
4%
National Average
5%


Urology

Maui Memorial Medical
Center
Rankings

  Overview
  Rankings
      Rankings Overview
      Adult Specialties
      Gastroenterology & GI
Surgery
      Nephrology
      Neurology &
Neurosurgery
      Urology
  Patient Satisfaction
  Stats & Services
  Doctors

Urology

Overall Score in This
Specialty         
24.4 / 100



Survival

Likelihood of survival 30
days after admission,
adjusted for severity and
other risks.
Much better than
expected
100

Score: 9

Much better than
expected: 9 or 10

Patient safety

Ability to prevent eight
types of accidents and
medical errors.
      

Moderate
50

Score: 2

Moderate: 2, 3 or 4 out of 5
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Patient volume

Number of high-risk
Medicare inpatients in
2010, 2011 and 2012 in
key specialty-related
procedures and diagnoses.
      

Lowest
5

44 discharges

Lowest: 0-​99

Nursing intensity

Relative balance of nurses
to patients across hospital.
Higher numbers mean
more nurses.
      

Low
5

Score: 1.1

Low: 1.0-​1.2

Nurse Magnet recognition

Certified for high nursing
standards by American
Nurses Credentialing
Center.
      

Advanced technologies

Diagnostic radioisotope
services, image-guided
radiation therapy, PET/CT
scanner, robotic surgery,
intensity-modulated
radiation therapy and
stereotactic radiosurgery.
      

Lowest
5

Score: 0

Lowest: 0 out of 6

Patient services

Such as a fertility clinic and
translators.
      

Lowest
5

Score: 0

Lowest: 0 out of 9

Kaiser Permanente
Moanalua Medical
Center


Ranked #2 in
Hawaii

Recognized in Honolulu

Recognized in Honolulu
metro area

. It performed nearly at
the level of nationally
ranked U.S. News Best
Hospitals in 5 adult
specialties, as shown
below. Kaiser
Permanente Moanalua
Medical Center has 235
beds. The hospital had
11,403 admissions in
the latest year for which
data are available. It
performed 4,005
annual inpatient and
5,419 outpatient
surgeries. Its
emergency room had
38,099 visits.
Adult Specialties
     High-
Performing         

 in Ear, Nose & Throat
 in Gastroenterology &
GI Surgery
 in Orthopedics

 in Pulmonology
 in Urology

    
   Unranked         

 in Cancer
 in Cardiology & Heart
Surgery
 in Diabetes &
Endocrinology
 in Geriatrics

 in Gynecology
 in Nephrology
 in Neurology &
Neurosurgery

See adult ranking
details
Patient Satisfaction


Whether patients would
recommend the hospital
to friends and family:
Definitely
77%
State Average
70%
National Average
71%
Probably or definitely
not
3%
State Average
4%
National Average
5%




Kaiser Permanente
Moanalua Medical
Center
Rankings


Cancer
   Rank in This
Specialty         
#NA
Overall Score in This
Specialty         
29.8 / 100

Reputation with
specialists

% of doctors in this
specialty responding to
surveys in 2012, 2013
and 2014 who named
hospital as among best
for very challenging
patients.
     

None
0.1

Survival

Likelihood of survival
30 days after
admission, adjusted for
severity and other risks.
     

As expected
50

Score: 6

As expected: 5 or 6

Patient safety

Ability to prevent eight
types of accidents and
medical errors.
     

High
100

Score: 5

High: 5 out of 5
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Patient volume

Number of high-risk
Medicare inpatients in
2010, 2011 and 2012 in
key specialty-related
procedures and
diagnoses.
     

Lowest
5

360 discharges

Lowest: 0-​399

Nursing intensity

Relative balance of
nurses to patients
across hospital. Higher
numbers mean more
nurses.
     

Average
50

Score: 1.4

Average: 1.3-​1.6

Nurse Magnet
recognition

Certified for high
nursing standards by
American Nurses
Credentialing Center.
     

NCI-designated cancer
center

A National Cancer
Institute
"comprehensive" or
"clinical" cancer center.
     

FACT-accredited for
BMT and tissue
transplant

Certified for bone marrow
and tissue
transplantation by
Foundation for the
Accreditation of Cellular
Therapy.
     

0 out of 2

Advanced technologies

Such as image-guided
radiation therapy,
intensity-modulated
radiation therapy and
shaped-beam radiation.
     

Medium
50

Score: 3

Medium: 3 or 4 out of 8

Patient services

Such as programs for
hospice, pain
management and
palliative care.
     

Medium
50

Score: 6

Medium: 5 or 6 out of 8

Intensivist on staff
YES
     
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Queen's Medical Center


Ranked #1 in
Hawaii

Recognized in Honolulu

Recognized in Honolulu
metro area

It performed nearly at the
level of nationally ranked
U.S. News Best Hospitals
in 10 adult specialties, as
shown below. Queen's
Medical Center has 495
beds. The hospital had
25,152 admissions in the
latest year for which data
are available. It
performed 7,755 annual
inpatient and 13,885
outpatient surgeries. Its
emergency room had
59,007 visits.
Adult Specialties
     
High-
Performing         

 in Cancer
 in Diabetes &
Endocrinology
 in Ear, Nose & Throat
 in Gastroenterology &
GI Surgery
 in Geriatrics

 in Nephrology
 in Neurology &
Neurosurgery
 in Orthopedics
 in Pulmonology
 in Urology

       Unranked         

 in Cardiology & Heart
Surgery
 in Gynecology

 in Psychiatry

See adult ranking details
Patient Satisfaction

Under a federal program,
most U.S. hospitals now
sample recently
discharged patients and
ask them about their
stay. In a year's worth of
surveys, here's how this
hospital's patients
responded to a key
question, along with
averages within the state
and nationally.
Whether patients would
recommend the hospital
to friends and family:
Definitely
79%
State Average
70%
National Average
71%
Probably or definitely not
2%
State Average
4%
National Average
5%



Queen's Medical
Center
Rankings



Cancer

Overall Score in This
Specialty         
46.9 / 100


Survival
Likelihood of survival 30
days after admission,
adjusted for severity and
other risks.
Better than expected
75
Score: 8
Better than expected: 7
or 8

Patient safety

Ability to prevent eight
types of accidents and
medical errors.
Moderate
50
Score: 4
Moderate: 2, 3 or 4 out of
5



Patient volume
Number of high-risk
Medicare inpatients in
2010, 2011 and 2012 in
key specialty-related
procedures and
diagnoses.
Highest
100
895 discharges
Highest: 850 or above

Nursing intensity
Relative balance of
nurses to patients across
hospital. Higher numbers
mean more nurses.
     

Average
50

Score: 1.4

Average: 1.3-​1.6

Nurse Magnet recognition

Certified for high nursing
standards by American
Nurses Credentialing
Center.
     

NCI-designated cancer
center
A National Cancer
Institute "comprehensive"
or "clinical" cancer center.
     NO

FACT-accredited for
BMT and tissue transplant

Certified for bone marrow
and tissue
transplantation by
Foundation for the
Accreditation of Cellular
Therapy.
     

0 out of 2

Advanced technologies

Such as image-guided
radiation therapy,
intensity-modulated
radiation therapy and
shaped-beam radiation.
     

Highest
100

Score: 7

Highest: 7 or 8 out of 8

Patient services

Such as programs for
hospice, pain
management and
palliative care.
     

Highest
100

Score: 8

Highest: 8 out of 8

Intensivist on staff

At least one intensive-
care unit staffed by
physician with
subspecialty or fellowship
training in care of ICU
patients.