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Kaiser Opens Behavioral Health Clinic in Wailuku

July 7, 2012, 8:17 AM HST
* Updated July 7, 8:20 AM

From L (from Kaiser Permanente Hawaii): John Draeger, MD, Chief of Behavioral Health; David Ulin, MD, Physician Leader for Maui; and Mary Hew, Clinic Operations Director, Neighbor Island Clinics. Photo courtesy of Kaiser.

By Sonia Isotov

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii blessed their new Behavioral Health Services (BHS) clinic at its new location in Wailuku with a traditional Hawaiian ceremony.

Mary Hew, clinic operations director for Neighbor Island clinics, was joined by BHS physicians, staff, and community leaders in a ceremony that included a blessing by Kahu Celo Bustillos.

The new BHS office is located next to Central Pacific Bank at 2073 Wells Street, Suite 101, in Wailuku and will be open for patients on Tuesday, July 10, 2012.

David Ulin, MD, Kaiser Permanente Hawaii’s Physician Leader for Maui, participates in the blessing ceremony. Kahu Celo Bustillos, shown here, conducted the traditional Hawaiian blessing ceremony. Photo courtesy of Kaiser.

Eleven Kaiser Permanente professionals including physicians, clinical social workers, counselors and administrative support staff will be located at the new 2,700-square-feet Wells Street BHS office.

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii blessed its new Behavioral Health Sciences location at 2073 Wells Street in Wailuku,. Photo courtesy of Kaiser.

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