Dr. Gary Greenly
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For Dr. Gary Greenly’s patient ohana

February 1, 2018

To Dr. Gary Greenly’s Patient ‘Ohana,

Thank you all for your patience during these past 6 months. I know Doc would be so impressed and appreciative of your concern, loyalty & outpouring of friendship.
From February 1, 2018, Dr. Spencer A. Lau should be practicing alone from the office. A physician was called by Dr. Lau the day Dr. Greenly died to work and share the office. You may have seen him. Despite treating many of Dr. Greenly’s patients these past months, he was not interested in purchasing the practice. He was asked to leave the premises by January 31, 2018. To this day this physician has never reached out to the estate to introduce himself, give condolences or ask how a mutually agreed upon transition could’ve taken place if he were to become a permanent tenant. He was never endorsed by the estate as a replacement for Dr. Greenly.
I am sorry if you were under this impression.

I had given the name of Dr. Clifton Otto (808) 233-8267 in my original letter. He continues to see patients for Medical Cannabis and will help you with the certification process. In addition to Dr. Otto, I have been able to reach out to the following physicians & confirm they are seeing new patients with or without insurance. I have spoken directly to either the physicians or their managers and found that besides covering all the various aspects of Dr. Greenly’s practice, they also treat many other medical issues. At this time I would like to share their names, addresses, etc. with you. Please call them if you are still seeking a new physician. Again, although I am only highlighting the specific aspects of Dr. Greenly’s practice that they also treat, their medical practices encompass many other kinds of medicine and treatment worth exploring.

1. Dr. Beata Summer-Brason is an Osteopathic physician. I am attaching her letter with mine. I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Summer-Brason in person on quite a few occasions shortly after Dr. Greenly’s death. Her philosophy in osteopathic medicine is very similar to Dr. Greenly’s and I know Dr. Greenly would be thrilled another osteopath is in east Honolulu and available to his patients.

2. Dr. Curtis Takemoto-Gentile & Dr. Krishanna Takemoto-Gentile
Tel: (808) 955-1544
2632 S. King St. Honolulu, HI. 96826

Family Practice/Medical Cannabis Registry Program Certified/Male and Female Hormone Replacement – Various forms of hormone replacement

I’m certain you have heard of Dr. Curtis Takemoto-Gentile as he is a well established physician here in Honolulu. Recently his daughter, Krishanna, has joined his practice. Both are in Primary care but, like Dr. Greenly, their practice treats many other aspects of medicine. I spoke with Janice at their office and many former patients of Dr. Greenly’s have become patients for hormone replacement & Medical Marijuana certification. Both physicians help with Medical Marijuana certifications & treat male and female hormone replacement offering some new options Dr. Greenly did not prescribe. Krishanna also does woman’s health, PAP, breast exams. Her father continues to help patients with IV therapies for cancer, chelation therapies, immuno-therapies.

4. Dr. Damian Smith and Dr. John Magauaran – Hawaii Wellness Group & Honolulu Pain Relief Center
Tel: (808) 924-7246
First Interstate Building 16th Floor Penthouse – 1314 S. King St. Honolulu, HI. 96814

Primary Care/ Internal Medicine/Male Hormone Replacement – Testosterone/ HCG/ Semorelin/ GHRP/Women’s Hormone Balancing/Medically supervised weight loss/Medical Cannabis Registry Program Certified

Dr. Smith is a chiropractor here in Honolulu and has opened & expanded this modern facility with quite a diverse professional staff. He not only offers physicial therapy, sees patients under Workers Compensation and No Fault, his expertise in chiropractic care can help many with spinal pain.
Dr. Magauaran is a Primary care, Internal medicine physician who is also well versed in male and female hormone replacement. He, like Dr. Greenly, sees patients interested in testosterone injectables, if levels are low, as well as other forms of hormone replacement.

Many of you may have found a new physician you are happy with and these names might not be of interest. For those of you who still need to find a physician, please consider contacting them. I am confident someone on this list can help you.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact me at nancyhmorimoto@gmail.com.

My very best wishes to you all,