Hawaii Pacific Health breaks ground on new Straub Clinic in Mililani
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Hawaii Pacific Health this morning broke ground on a new clinic at the Town Center of Mililani mall that will be three times larger than the existing one.
The new 24,000-square-foot Straub Medical Center Clinic will serve people of all ages in Central Oahu when complete, according to HPH, and is scheduled to open in 2024.
The new clinic will provide primary, emergency and specialty care from gynecologists, sports medicine specialists and dermatologists and other specialists on a rotating basis. Imaging and laboratory services will also be available.
“As communities in Central Oahu grow, so do the needs of those who call these areas home,” said Dr. Leslie Chun, CEO of HPH Medical Group, in a press release. “This new clinic will allow our physicians to treat an even broader range of healthcare in one central, easily accessible location.”
The new clinic will be built in the parking lot between Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen and the Hele gas station, which is directly across from Straub’s current clinic in Town Center at 95-1249 Meheula Parkway.
Upon completion, HPH said the new clinic will be Straub’s largest community clinic in Hawaii.