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Staffing crisis forces hospital’s cancer center to turn away new patients

Summary by Ground News
Kona Community Hospital has temporarily stopped accepting new patients in its medical oncology and chemotherapy infusion clinics. Current patients are still being treated. Patients are being referred to Queen's North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea and Hilo Medical Center for treatment. Kona Cancer Center's chemotherapy infusion clinic is currently managing 494 patients.
Published 4 months ago · Hilo, United States

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Staffing crisis forces hospital’s cancer center to turn away new patients

Kona Community Hospital has temporarily stopped accepting new patients in its medical oncology and chemotherapy infusion clinics, forcing those needing care to travel to Waimea, Hilo or Honolulu for treatment.

4 months ago
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Staffing crisis forces hospital’s cancer center to turn away new patients - West Hawaii Today

Kona Community Hospital has temporarily stopped accepting new patients in its medical oncology and chemotherapy infusion clinics, forcing those needing care to travel to Waimea, Hilo or Honolulu for treatment.

4 months ago
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