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Hawaii Rx Card Presents Check to Kapiolani


Amanda Friedeck from Hawaii Rx Card stopped by Kapiolani Medical Center to present Martha Smith, CEO and Joan Kanemori, Director of Pediatric Services with a check for $2, 542.75. The Hawaii Rx Cards donate 5 cents to Kapiolani Medical Center for every transaction.

Since 2015, United Networks of America and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have partnered across the U.S to raise more than $1 million for the 140 member hospitals in the United States, with local hospitals allocating funds how they are needed most. Making a donation with each processed transaction allows the UNA state card programs to be set apart by giving back to their local CMN Hospitals.

The UNA Rx Card is a free prescription drug card, that allows consumers to save on generic and name brand medications. This makes prescriptions more affordable for the uninsured and the under-insured and can be used to supplement most health insurance plans. The card is accepted at many major pharmacies, including CVS pharmacy, Walmart, Walgreens, Target, and Safeway.