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Welcome!

I am a pediatrician in Honolulu, Hawaii practicing primary care pediatrics.
This website will contain information about the office, practice philosophies, and myself.

Important information about my practice

I am a doctor in solo practice specializing in primary care pediatrics. We believe in the Medical Home model in that the PCP (primary care provider) is the "brains" or "quarterback" behind all the different services that your child may need in the future which may include specialists, Early Intervention, and other community services. Besides the usual colds, we focus a lot on preventative care which includes immunizations, growth, anticipatory guidance, and the early diagnosis of developmental problems. Our goal is to keep your child healthy.

 

Vince Yamashiroya, MD, Inc.

Ph: (808) 596-2030

After Hours: Physician's Exchange (808) 524-2575

Medical Arts Building

1010 South King Street, Suite 105
Honolulu, HI 96814

The goals of my website

It is my goal to keep this website up-to-date with information that is important to new parents looking for a pediatrician, my existing patients and parents, and little tidbids about myself. I will also be adding things like frequent questions I receive from parents and good resources on child health

 

Interesting News

10/11/2018: Did you know that there is a measles outbreak occurring in Europe?  According to the World Health Organization, Europe experienced 41,000 cases of measles during the first 6 months of 2018!  For more information on why the outbreak is occurring, view this interesting (and brief) video produced by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCi2CLo6wdQ&feature=youtu.be

11/19/2018: So far we have had low influenza activity for this upcoming influenza season, although the peak months of December to February have not started yet, and we had 2 influenza associated deaths. In this past influenza season of 2017-2018, the CDC estimates there were more than 960,000 hospitalizations and close to 80,000 deaths! There were 183 pediatric deaths reported, many of whom were previously healthy and unvaccinated. The thing about influenza is that it is unpredictable and we don’t know when the next bad season is. So please, get your flu shot soon!