Department of Human Services: Med-Quest Division: Kapolei information provided by: the Hawai'i Department of Health

Administers a health insurance program for people who do not have insurance from other sources. Accessibility: Barrier-free for disabled. Transportation: Rides not provided by agency. Insurance: N/A.

Target Group:
People without health insurance.

Some clients have to make a co-payment for certain types of services. For others, all services are free. Some clients depending on income pay portion of monthly premium as well.

Application Process:
Can pick-up application at any welfare application office or the Med-Quest office. Screening interview-face-to-face. Written application. Appointment required. May phone to have application mailed. Need to bring Social Security card and proof of income.

Eligibility Requirements:
Must be a Hawaii resident and be a United States citizen or permanent legal alien. Must have entered the U.S. prior to August 22, 1996. Must be under 65 years old, not certified as blind or disabled, and not be living in a public institution. Must meet in

Record last updated: May 24 2017 1:33PM
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  • Physical Address:
    601 Kamokila Blvd
    4th Floor Rm. 415
    Kapolei, HI 96707
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Phone Numbers

  • Hawaii Quest-Kapolei
    (808) 692-7364


  • (808) 692-7379

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  • Ilocano
  • Korean
  • Tagalog. Can arrange for interpreters.
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8/20/2015 2:07:36 PM

2/3/2016 3:47:46 PM

Good luck ever getting through to these people. If you call, you get put into an unending loop of recordings, then after listening to all the recordings, you are finally told that your call cannot be completed. Whomever runs this department should be ashamed.

11/14/2016 11:59:25 PM

I agree with RMM'S review.
Sharon Medeiros
3/9/2018 3:44:24 PM

After 2 years you still have to go through the same thing when you call. It's irritating.

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