Contact Us

, Inc.
1356 Lusitana Street, Suite 507
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Phone: 808-586-2890 or 808-586-2895
Fax: 855-466-6312

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00am-4:30pm (or by appointment)

Central Administration

The HRP Central Administrative Office is located on the 5th floor of the UH Tower on The Queen’s Medical Center main campus. The nearest parking is at the Physician’s Office Building I (POB I) Parking Garage.

Executive Director
Natalie K.H. Talamoa
ntalamoa@hawaiiresidency.org

Deputy Executive Director
Auli’i Dudoit
adudoit@hawaiiresidency.org

GME Operations Director
Marlene Keawe
mkeawe@hawaiiresidency.org

Human Resources Director
Rick Kinigson, PH: (808) 586-2891
rkinigson@hawaiiresidency.org

Human Resources
Rick Kinigson, PH: (808) 586-2891
rkinigson@hawaiiresidency.org

Bookkeeper
Connie Tu, PH: (808) 586-2892
ctu@hawaiiresidency.org

Executive Administrator
Avi Gonzalez, PH (808)-586-2895
agonzalez@hawaiiresidency.org

GME Support Specialist
Ellen Bell, PH: (808) 586-2890
ebell@hawaiiresidency.org

GME Program Manager
Patty Carlson, PH: (808) 586-2895
pcarlson@hawaiiresidency.org

Verification Requests

Program Directors & Program Administrators

is happy to process verification requests for all of our trainees (past, current, and incoming). In instances where a request requires HRP’s consent form and/or a processing fee*, these must be received before the request will be processed. Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing.

We use a standardized template to confirm a trainee’s program enrollment and training dates (only) at no cost. For a dates-only training verification requiring Program Director signature, contact the relevant Training Program(s) directly. If the GME Operations Director signature will suffice, contact credentialing@hawaiiresidency.org.

For verification requests of any additional information beyond training dates, an HRP Consent to Release of Information and Liability form is required. A $50 processing fee is also required, except in instances where the trainee is currently employed by HRP and/or the information is being released to a requesting institution in the state of Hawai‘i. Requested information (training, credentials, malpractice history, etc.) will only be provided directly to the indicated institution.

Please note:

  • We are not able to process electronic or credit card payments at this time. Checks should be made payable to , Inc. and indicate the requesting institution’s name in the memo field.
  • We require one HRP consent form per requesting institution. One HRP consent form will suffice for multiple requests (e.g., verification of both training and malpractice coverage) from the same institution. No other (non-HRP) consent form will be accepted. HRP consent forms are valid for one year from the date of signature. (Please let us know if you already have a valid HRP consent form on file for the institution in question.)
  • Checks and HRP consent forms may be sent (together or separately) to:
    , Inc.
    Attn: Verifications Department
    1356 Lusitana Street, Suite 507
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
    Fax:  855-466-6312 

To contact the Credentialing staff, email us at credentialing@hawaiiresidency.org or fax 855-466-6312. For details on all other types of requests, click to expand the relevant section(s) below:

Employment & Salary Verification

Confirmation of employment history, such as dates of employment, position, and/or salary.

  • Examples: Employment letters, loan applications, loan deferment/forgiveness forms (including the PSLF).
  • Consent form & fee – NEITHER REQUIRED
  • Contact the HRP Human Resources staff:
    • For assistance with a Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) form, contact Debbie Motokane.
    • For all other verifications of employment (not training), contact HRP Human Resources Director Rick Kinigson.

Program Training Verifications

Requests for qualitative training program information beyond the scope of a dates-only verification.

  • Examples: verification of performance, competencies, credentials, or privileges; questionnaires related to training; any request that requires a program seal or notarization.
  • Consent form and fee – BOTH REQUIRED (see details above)
  • Contact credentialing@hawaiiresidency.org; staff, will process the consent & fee and then forward the request as appropriate

Malpractice/Claims History Verifications and/or Memorandum of Coverage

Disclosure of any malpractice/claims history, or proof of liability coverage (past, present, or future).

  • Examples: verification requests that include a question about malpractice history, stand-alone malpractice inquiries, visiting resident applications that require proof of coverage.
  • Consent form and fee – BOTH REQUIRED for a claims history request
  • NEITHER REQUIRED for a Memorandum (Certificate) of Coverage (MOC) when requested by the trainee directly. Consent is required if the request is being made by a third party.
    • Contact the HRP Credentialing staff for a claims history (to process consent and fee before forwarding request).
    • Contact HRP Executive Administrator, Avi Gonzalez, for a Memorandum of Coverage (MOC) only.

Faculty References Letters

Requests for personal (subjective) references from current training program faculty members.

  • Examples: requests for personal reference letters on program letterhead; peer reference forms that ask for personal assessments and do not request qualitative training data.
  • Consent form and fee – CONSENT REQUIRED; PROCESSING FEE NOT REQUIRED
  • an HRP Consent to Release of Information and Liability form
  • Contact the HRP Credentialing staff, who will process the consent form and then forward the request as appropriate.

Replacement of Certificate of Completion

Requests for a replacement Certificate of Completion, signed by institutional and program leadership.

  • Examples: Employment letters, loan applications, loan deferment/forgiveness forms (including the PSLF).
  • Consent form and fee – $50 FEE REQUIRED; CONSENT FORM NOT REQUIRED
  • A $50 processing fee
  •  Except in instances where the trainee is currently employed by HRP and/or the information is being released to an HRP member hospital or to the Hawai‘i Medical Board.
  • Contact the HRP Credentialing staff, who will process the fee and then forward the request as appropriate.

Careers

is who we are because of the people who work to bring our vision and mission to fruition. We have several available positions and career opportunities available and look forward to hearing from candidates who value integrity, teamwork and excellence!