HAWAII ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATION

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Hawaii Orthopaedic Association is to offer an excellent forum of information on the latest developments in orthopaedics through symposiums, meetings, and publications.

MISSION/VISION

Providing quality medical education for orthopaedic surgeons throughout the State of Hawaii

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Hawaii Orthopaedic Association

Annual Dinner Meeting

Tuesday, November 15, 2022
5:30 PM

Pacific Club

Free for Members

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR ANNUAL MEETING

The Board of Directors (Dr. Kyle Mitsunaga-President, Dr. Kevin Krul-Vice President, Dr. Andrew Richardson-Treasurer and Dr. Craig Ono-Board of Councilors) will discuss the current membership status, financial state of the association, and upcoming plans.  We will introduce the new board and vote for a new Treasurer for 2022-2023.

There will be a special presentation by Dr. Stefanie Park, VP & Chief Medical Officer, HMSA.


REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER



Annual Member Meeting

Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.

Virtual via ZOOM


 3rd Annual Pediatric and Adult Spine Course.

Registration will be covered for UH and Tripler ortho residents.

The program will include 2.5 days of didactics and a one-day cadaver course.  We are honored to have Lawrence Lenke, MD, Dan Riew, MD, and Amer Samdani, MD as our keynote speakers. 

https://virtualce.ucsf.edu/hawaii-spine2021

http://Spinehawaii.ucsf.edu


Save the Date! 35th Annual Combined Orthopaedic Spring Symposium -

April 16-17, 2021








In Loving Memory of Cathy Iwai
HOA Executive Director from 1985 to 2019


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