As with all medical facilities, as we enter the holiday season, many of our providers will be taking personal holidays, and there are a few days where the clinic will be closed (Christmas, New Year's Day), or reduced (Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve). Additionally, our clinics remain impacted by COVID-19 precautions and the increase in telemedicine, thus reducing the hours when particular clinics are open. In order to reach us, you can review our hours on the Contact Page if you need to contact one of our receptionists for help. Please do set an appointment for any in-person activity, and as for the phone, please remember we do have the prescription refill request page to help you efficiently request refills without having to wait on the phone. We wish you a wonderful holiday season!
Advanced Psychiatric Therapeutics is happy to announce a new office in Kapolei. We are glad to offer this convenience for patients on the west side. The location will be: Kalaeloa Professional Center 91-1010 Shangrila Street, Suite 203 Kapolei, Hawaii 96707 View the new location in Google Maps We look forward to serving our patients in this new clinic location!
As of May 2019, we are one of the businesses underwriting the programming on Hawaii Public Radio. They have many well-produced, thoughtful programs we've enjoyed over the years as well as beautiful pieces of classical music. It is a joy to listen and to encourage the production of this type of radio programming. We are proud to be part of the network that makes Hawaii Public Radio possible.
We are pleased to announce that a new location has opened in Kahala area to better serve the surrounding southeastern Oahu region. The address is in the Kahala Mall Office Tower, 4211 Waialae Avenue, Suite 203, Honolulu 96816. Services at this location will be provided by Dr. Fraser, Dr. Ka`ahanui, and Dr. Ahina, (information is accurate as of November 2018. Our providers occasionally opt to change locations, thus this may vary over time). The parking is plentiful at Kahala Mall. The office will look a bit sparse until we get all the details filled in over the first couple of weeks, but will soon have a similar comfortable style of interior design as the other two locations. We look forward to serving the communities of Hawaii Kai, Kaimuki, Kahala, and East Honolulu!
We are pleased to announce the opening of a second location. We now have an office in Honolulu. The new office is located in the Finance Factors Center, suite 1611. Depending on which doctor is responsible for your care, appointments will start at the new location on March 2, 2016. The Kailua office will also continue to operate.
We are happy to announce that Dr. Fred Duennebier and Dr. Dean Fraser will be joining our clinic in late August/ early September. Both completed their residency at University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and will be adding to the wide array of services we can provide to our patients. Particularly, Dr. Duennebier will be able to provide care for patients as young as 5 years old, while Dr. Fraser will bring his expertise to our adult population. We are excited to have them join our team. We know they will provide excellent care to our patients!
In October of 2013, Dr. Roberts was a guest on INSIGHTS, an in-depth news program on Hawaii Public Television. He was invited to serve as an expert on inpatient mental health, adding a doctor's insight into the crisis of mental health service shortages for the severly ill in Hawaii. He joined three other panelists in a discussion to shed light on some of the issues we face particularly on Oahu with limited resources, and some of the obstacles faced by mental health providers in the struggle to provide care to the most acute patients. Official PBS Description: "Budget cuts during Hawaii's economic downturn have taken a toll on government support services for the mentally ill. Hospitals, public safety and social service agencies have jumped in to fill the gap in behavioral health services, but are these public and private efforts enough? On the next INSIGHTS, we ask, "What is the state of mental health care in Hawaii?" Malia Mattoch hosts a panel with scheduled guests: Jerry Coffee, Clinical Director, Institute for Human Services; Mark Fridovich, Administrator, Adult Mental Health Division, Hawaii Department of Health; Marya Grambs, Executive Director, Mental Health America of Hawaii; and Dr. Jeremy Roberts, Psychiatrist, Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health."