The team of Board Certified doctors at Pali Women’s Health Center in Kailua and Kapolei, Hawaii, are honored and privileged to help women bring new life into the world every day. Maternal care begins the day pregnancy planning starts or the day the positive test is confirmed, but it doesn’t end the day the baby is born. The compassionate providers at Pali Women’s Health Center care for the whole patient long after she becomes a mother. Call or book an appointment online today.
Pali Women's Health Center recommends that patients come in for confirmation of pregnancy at 6-8 weeks from their last menstrual period date. Most pregnant women begin prenatal care at 10-12 weeks gestation. However, women who are unsure of gestational age, women who are at high risk of complications, or women who have signs and symptoms of complications may need to begin prenatal care earlier. Patients should reach out to their obstetrician early to plan the right time for their first prenatal appointment.
The answer is a resounding, “Yes!” The team of all female doctors at PWHC will be with you every step of the way to support whatever childbirth plan you choose. If you wish to deliver your baby naturally, we will provide the medical resources necessary to ensure a safe delivery.
Pali Women’s Health Center partners with the Vera Zilber Birth Center at Castle Medical Center. Birthing suites at the Castle include relaxing Jacuzzi tubs and calming views of the Ko‘olau Range. Patients are encouraged to tour the facility in advance.
Because home births aren’t recommended by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, they are not supported by the staff at Pali Women’s Health Center. It’s always safest to deliver in a qualified medical facility to ensure that emergency assistance is available in the case of unplanned complications. Pali Women’s Health Center will not accept patients planning a home birth as it puts the mother and baby at risk and compromises the professional standards of the facility and its staff.
Yes, Lamaze classes are hosted by the Vera Zilber Birth Center at Adventist Health Castle Medical Center on Friday nights, with the following topics covered:
Classes are taught by Nicia Platt, LCCE (Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator). A military spouse, birth educator, and author of numerous childbirth articles in Hawaii Parent magazine, Platt is excited to teach couples the good news about childbirth in a positive, relaxing environment.
To register please call the Adventist Health Castle's Birth Center at 808-263-5270.
We accept most insurances. Please call the office for any questions regarding insurance!
"My doctor was Dr. Friedlander and she performed the NovaSure endometrial ablation. I couldn't have been happier with the results."
"Everyone is so nice and efficient. I am the girl that hates going to the doctors but I seriously love coming here! Thank you!"
"Dr. Moore delivered my son via emergency cesarean due to a prolapsed cord. So grateful everyone was prepared and well trained! They saved my son's life."
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"Many doctors misdiagnosed me or simply ignored my plea...Dr. Susan Chapman never gave up on me and found the solution for my medical issues. This woman is amazing!"
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"I was pregnant & began having some complications. Dr. Allison Moore, at Pali Women immediately saw the red flags and took all necessary precautions needed..."
"Now that I am pregnant again, there was no question about which doctor I would have caring for me again, but Dr. Moore."