The Lāna'i Community Health Center’s mission is to take care of the community of Lāna`i by directly providing health services (primary care, dental, behavioral health and selected specialty services) to the community; providing activities and services through partnerships with local organizations as well as the many off-island organizations reaching out to Lāna`i by serving as coordinator, advocate, resource, initiator, and convener;
and working collaboratively to provide space for partners who can provide needed services for Lāna`i.
Mon & Wed: 8:00 am – 7:30 pm
Tues, Thurs, Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
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333 Sixth Street, Lāna'i City, HI
Open Monday - Saturday with evening hours available
(808) 565-6919After hours phone: 808-563-9630
333 Sixth Street, Lanai City, HI
Monday – Saturday with evening hours
Joseph “Dr. Joe” Humphry, a medical provider with a focus on chronic disease, accepted the additional role of the LCHC Medical Director in April 2013. With a special interest in diabetes, Dr. Joe is a primary internist who has spent the majority of his clinical career working with minority and underprivileged patients, including Native Hawai’ians and Pacific Islanders. He has worked within the FQHC health care system for over 25 years.
He is a graduate of the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine and completed his internship at San Joaquin Medical Center in Stockton, California and completed internal medicine residency at the University of Rochester and UCLA. He retired in December 2011 and for the last 22 years, served as part-time Medical Director with HMSA. His interest in computers and medicine dates back to the late 80’s when he programmed a diabetes registry program for the Hawai’i State Diabetes Control Program. In 2000, he developed Ohana Health Project for monitoring diabetes. In 2005, he joined the Joslin Diabetes Center team developing the Chronic Disease Management Program (CDMP).