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McDonald's® Restaurants Of Hawaii Promotes Maria Fernando To Regional Training Consultant

McDonald's® Restaurants Of Hawaii Promotes Maria Fernando To Regional Training Consultant

HONOLULU – McDonald’s® Restaurants of Hawaii has promoted Maria Fernando to Regional Training Consultant for the Hawaii region.

Fernando has been with McDonald’s for 28 years. She began as a crew member working in various McDonald’s restaurants across the state and most recently was general manager of McDonald’s of Wahiawa.

As the Regional Training Consultant for the Hawaii Region, Fernando works with McDonald’s restaurants and operators in Hawaii and Guam to help them improve business results and meet planning targets by consulting in training and operational procedures. She will conduct training classes face to face and virtually. The training is to motivate McDonald’s employees, build their competencies and improve their individual performance.

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McDonald's® Asks Customers Via Social Media: What Do You Want To Know About Our Food?

HONOLULU – “What is in my hamburger?” “What part of the chicken is a Chicken McNugget™?” “Why are the fries so good?”

McDonald’s® USA will answer these questions and more from customers, fans and food skeptics through a multifaceted effort called “Our Food. Your Questions.” Starting today, the company invites people to submit their food questions via social media. McDonald’s will respond with behind-the-scenes webisodes and other social content that provides facts on ingredients, how food is made and how it’s prepared in restaurants.

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Launches “Medical Selfie” Technology

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today announced the launch of a new virtual feature available on KP.org, its award-winning integrated member resource website. Through a secured email server, patients can now send digital images to their physicians, including pictures of concerning rashes, wounds or other injuries. This new feature allows patients to quickly provide information to help their physician better manage their condition, and identify potentially serious issues that require a face-to-face visit.

SEA LIFE PARK CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FAMILY FUN DAY AND $2.64 ADMISSION

SEA LIFE PARK CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FAMILY FUN DAY AND $2.64 ADMISSION

WHAT:
There’s quite a wave of excitement sweeping through the Islands this year as Sea Life Park Hawai‘i celebrates 50 years of family fun, education and conservation. The 22-acrePark located north of Hanauma Bay will celebrate the major milestone with a special Family Fun Day with rollback admission to $2.64, the same price when the Park opened in 1964.

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Providing Property Management on Oahu Since 1996

Finance Factors to Host Job Fair and Customer Appreciation Week This October

Finance Factors to Host Job Fair and Customer Appreciation Week This October

Finance Factors has a few treats to add to the bag for Halloween Week! The state’s largest locally-owned depository financial services loan company will host a job fair on Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at its Oahu branches for customer service representatives. Established by several local families over 60 years ago, Finance Factors offers excellent employee benefits, including medical, dental and vision coverage, 401k, vacation, PTO, sick leave, wellness incentives, fitness membership subsidy, bus pass subsidy and gift matching. Individuals who apply to become a customer service representative during the fair could win a $100, $50 or $25 prize. Additionally, anyone who refers a friend during this time has the opportunity to receive a $100 referral prize.

$729,000 for UH Mānoa Master’s Entry Program in Nursing

$729,000 for UH Mānoa Master’s Entry Program in Nursing

Grant from HMSA Foundation leverages large national grant

HONOLULU – University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Nursing has received two grants totaling $729,000 to support students in the Master’s Entry Program in Nursing (MEPN). Launched in 2008, the MEPN Program is an accelerated entry program leading to a Master’s of Science in Nursing, the only program of its kind in Hawai‘i. It is designed for students who have a baccalaureate or higher degree in a field other than nursing and who have not previously attended a registered nurse educational program. The purpose of this alternative entry program is to equip students with entry-level professional nurse competencies as a foundation for advanced practice roles. The program consists of an intensive pre-licensure year transitioning into one of several specialty nursing pathways.

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Local Favorites Made Diabetes-Friendly At Zippy’s Restaurants

Local Favorites Made Diabetes-Friendly At Zippy’s Restaurants

Zippy’s dine-in locations on Oahu, Maui and the Big Island today rolled out healthier menu options for customers with diabetes and prediabetes. Customer favorites from their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, including veggie omelettes, teri beef and broiled salmon, were modified to reduce fats, sugars and carbohydrates. The new menu, available during the month of October, was created in partnership with Kaiser Permanente Hawaii and the American Diabetes Association to offer better dining choices for the over 497,800 people in Hawaii who have diabetes or prediabetes.