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Our experienced staff provides compassionate care for each resident according to his or her individual needs, in an open-air environment with each room overlooking vibrant courtyards


  • Experienced, licensed and certified staff
  • Assistance with activities of daily living and personal care
  • Special care for residents with dementia or Alzheimer's disease
  • Personalized meals and snacks are provided
  • Registered Dietitians oversee dietary needs and preferences
  • Social workers who help maintain and enhance quality of life
  • Maintenance level physical therapy
  • Social and recreational activities
  • Choice of religious services
  • Laundry and housekeeping
  • Around the clock nursing care and support


Our long-term care communities are Medicare and Medicaid certified. We accept insurance from Kaiser Permanente, HMSA, Veterans Administration, and most private insurance companies including HMOs. Please contact Admissions for more information about fees: Phone:  (808) 871-9206 E-mail: kathyt@halemakua.org


Skilled Nursing
  • Private Room 
  • Semi Private Room
Intermediate Care
  • Private Room 
  • Semi Private Room 


Skilled Nursing
  • Private Room
  • Semi Private Room 
  • 4 Bed Room 
Intermediate Care
  • Private Room 
  • Semi Private Room 
  • 4 Bed Room 

Admissions Process

  • Process Slide: Physician Referral

    Physician Referral

    A physician’s referral is necessary for admission to the nursing facility. The physician must agree that placement is appropriate. The resident cannot be admitted based on personal or family choice alone. The referral will include information about primary diagnosis necessitating admission, current functional level, and insurance and/or financial information.

  • Process Slide: Financial Eligibility

    Financial Eligibility

    Our Admissions team will work individually with each prospective resident to identify the source of payment. You may be asked to disclose information about insurance coverage, income and assets. Care may be covered by a long-term care insurance provider or Medicaid.

  • Process Slide: Pre-Admission Evaluation

    Pre-Admission Evaluation

    A Registered Nurse will conduct an a pre-admission assessment of the resident’s medical condition to determine if the resident meets the required criteria for admission, the suitability of the environment for the resident’s needs, and determine the level of care needed.

Family Resources

Respite Care

Respite care is the ideal option for caregivers needing a break or a chance to travel. Individuals needing assistance with daily activities or requiring nursing care will find our respite program provides a safe, secure environment for a period of 3 to 30 days.

Individuals must be under a physician’s care and need nursing care or supervision to be eligible for services, which include:

  • A private room including a full bathroom
  • Around the clock nursing care and support
  • A personalized plan of care
  • Personalized individual and group activities
  • Laundry and housekeeping services
  • Customized exercise programs
  • Individualized meals and a variety of snacks
  • Skilled therapy as prescribed by a physician
  • Social work services

Contact Us

For questions or additional information about the Long-term Care program, please call us at:

Phone: (808) 871-9206
Email: kathyt@halemakua.org

Administrative and Business Offices are open  Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.