Wahiawa General Hospi
Wahiawa locals as well as those living in nearby towns are glad to have Wahiawa General Hospital so close. Founded shortly after the attacks on Pearl Harbor, the hospital has grown in such a way to serve the needs of central and north Oahu best. In addition to the hospital proper, the hospital administration oversees a nursing and rehab center and a long-term care facility, providing Wahiawa locals with excellent care at every stage of life and in every circumstance. The hospital also staffs a nearby physician's clinic and specialty clinics, so no medical need goes unserved.
Oahu Forest National
On the slopes of the mountain just east of Wahiawa, you can find the Oahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge, one of the last intact native forests on the island. Established in 2000, the purpose of the refuge is to protect native species that might become overrun by harmful nonnative plants and animals. The refuge is home to the endangered Oahu tree snail, a number of endangered plant species, and no small amount of native birds. While access to the refuge is limited due to the endangered species living there, Wahiawa locals are nonetheless happy to have this beautiful forest overlooking their town.