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Maui Medical Group Thanks Community Supporters

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Mitzi, Toni and Bobbi from Maui Medical Group display the various fresh produce donated by Sun Fresh Hawaiʻi LLC. Maui Medical Group’s Stephanie and Ekolu display the hand sanitizer donation by Pau Maui Vodka and Maui Gold Pineapple. PC: Maui Medical Group

As response to the COVID-19 virus continues, local businesses and citizens are looking for ways to support those who are on the frontlines of fighting the virus. Among the beneficiaries is Maui Medical Group, a multi-specialty healthcare provider that provides healthcare services to the community of Maui.

“We are humbled by the outpouring of support we’ve received and greatly appreciate the aloha from our island’s ohana.” said Cliff Alakai Administrator for Maui Medical Group.

“We extend a big mahalo nui loa to those who have donated: Pau Maui Vodka and Maui Gold Pineapple for hand sanitizer, Aloha Surgery Center for PPE, Hale Makua for PPE, Adventist Health Castle for PPE, Structural Concrete Bonding & Restoration Inc. for masks, and Mask of Maui for cloth masks. We also thank the following companies for their donations to our employees: Sun Fresh Hawaiʻi LLC for various produce items, Mahi Pono for potatoes, and Honolulu Cookie Company for cookies,” said Alakai.


For 58 years, Maui Medical Group has serviced the people of Maui. Today, this healthcare provider has five facilities on Maui with over 325 employees offering services that include primary care, surgical specialties and Triage/COVID-19 Testing Center on the first floor of their Wailuku Clinic.

Mahi Pono gifted Maui Medical Group’s employees with 200 bags of potatoes. Pictured from left: Makena, Shan Tsutsui (from Mahi Pono) and Wailani. PC: Maui Medical Group


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