When you take control of your health, you'll feel better, and live better.

Complementing the advanced medical technology at Pali Momi are our health promotion programs and services.



FREE Health Screenings

Free glucose monitoring and blood pressure screening by our registered nurses are held on the first and third Mondays of each month, 7:30-9:30 a.m., at Pearlridge Center, Uptown, near Starbucks.

What You Need to Know About the Aging of Your Eyes - FREE

Join Hugo Higa, M.D., ophthalmologist, to learn the signs of eyes aging, preventive steps to slow the aging process, and corrective options for cataracts, droopy eyelids, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and presbyopia. Free 1-1/2 hour session.

For more information or to register, call (808) 535-7733. 

Living with Diabetes

Our Diabetes Self-Management Education Program is designed to help you manage your condition and keep you as healthy and active as possible. You'll meet in a class setting with our nurse educator to develop a self-care program. Talk to your doctor first. Then call 535-7733 to register. The 10-hour program includes an individual diabetes assessment followed by a series of four classes. Sessions cover:

  • diabetes overview
  • goal setting
  • nutrition and exercise
  • medication
  • self blood glucose monitoring
  • long-term complications
  • psycho-social concerns

A schedule will be developed for you.

For more information, call (808) 535-7733.


Cancer Support Group

Free support group for cancer patients, survivors, and their friends and family. Facilitated by licensed social worker and a nurse. Members find hope, support, information and understanding.

Thursdays (except holidays), 5:30-7 p.m.

For more information, call (808) 485-4548. 

Prostate Cancer Support Group

If you or your loved one has prostate cancer, there is more you should know. A free support group co-sponsored by Kapi'olani for prostate cancer patients, spouses and significant others is available. The group provides fellowship, peer counseling and discussion of medical alternatives.

Meets the 3rd Friday of each month.

For more information, call (808) 486-9675. 


Improve bone health through self-management. The Osteo-cise class offered at Pali Momi Women's Center will help to improve your posture, gait, balance and core strength, and reduce back pain.

This 6-week series is taught by Kapi'olani's Bone Health Program exercise physiologist Marcie Nowack, a former University of Hawai‘i volleyball standout. If you are diagnosed with or at risk for osteoporosis, she will help you safely build muscle strength and flexibility.

The Osteo-cise class is part of the Bone Health Program aimed at prevention and management of osteoporosis. The philosophy behind Osteo-cise is that not just muscle but also bones gain strength from exercise..

Geared to beginners, the 45-minute, low-impact regimen is one that anyone can handle. It involves a lot of gentle stretching and muscle-strengthening techniques.

To register or to make an appointment for a bone density scan to see where you stand in regard to osteoporosis, call (808) 535-7733.

Also offering one-hour workshop to learn the exercises to practice at home.

More on Osteo-cise

Osteoporosis Strength Training

Don't lose strength just because you have osteoporosis. Learn to perform safe resistance exercises that will help you stay active and strong using rubber bands! 6-week series

For more information or to register, call (808) 535-7733. 


Mat exercises strengthen core muscles to bring the spine and the rest of the boy into balance.

Led by STOTT PILATES certified instructors. 6-week series.

For more information or to register, call (808) 535-7733.

Massage for Couples - Hand & Foot Reflexology

Instructional class with licensed massage therapist Melissa Yee.

For more information or to register, call (808) 535-7733. 

FREE Positively Pregnant Class

This two-hour class is open to all couples planning or expecting a baby. Whether this is your first or second child, this class can help you have the healthiest baby possible. Receive a free pregnancy booklet when you attend.

Sponsored by Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women & Children and HMSA (membership is not required).

For more information, please call (808) 535-7474 or register online. 

Childbirth & Infant Care Classes

Choose from Prepared Childbirth, Infant CPR, Infant Care and Breastfeeding.

Call (808) 535-7733 for further information and to register.