PUBLIC LAW 100-579—OCT. 31, 1988
102 STAT. 2917
sive health promotion and disease prevention services as well as primary health services to Native Hawaiians. (B) In making grants and entering into contracts under this paragraph, the Secretary shall give preference to Native Hawaiian health centers and Native Hawaiian organizations, and, to the extent feasible, health promotion and disease prevention services shall be performed through Native Hawaiian health centers. (2) In addition to paragraph (1), the Secretary may make a grant to, or enter into a contract with. Papa Ola Lokahi for the purpose of planning Native Hawaiian health centers to serve the health needs of Native Hawaiian communities on each of the islands of O'ahu, Moloka'i, Maui, Hawai'i, Lana'i, Kaua'i, and Ni'ihau in the State of Hawaii. (b) QUALIFIED ENTITY.—An entity is a qualified entity for purposes of subsection (a)(1) if the entity is— (1) a Native Hawaiian health center; (2) a Native Hawaiian organization; or (3) a public or nonprofit private health provider. (c) SERVICES TO B E PROVIDED.—(1) E^ach recipient of funds under subsection (a)(1) shall provide the following services: (A) Outreach services to inform Native Hawaiians of the avaUability of health services. (B) Education in health promotion and disease prevention of the Native Hawaiian population by (wherever possible) Native Hawaiian health care practitioners, community outreach workers, counselors, and cultural educators. (C) Services of physicians, physicians' assistants, or nurse practitioners. (D) Immunizations. (E) Prevention and control of diabetes, high blood pressure, and otitis media. (F) P r ^ n a n c y and infant care. (G) Improvement of nutrition. (2) In addition to the mandatory services under paragraph (1), the following services may be provided pursuant to subsection (a)(D: (A) Identification, treatment, control, and reduction of the incidence of preventable illnesses and conditions endemic to Native Hawaiians. (B) Collection of data related to the prevention of diseases and illnesses among Native Hawaiians. (C) Services within the meaning of the terms "health promotion", "disease prevention", and "primary health services", as such terms are defined in section 8, which are not specifically referred to in paragraph (1) of this subsection. (3) The health care services referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2) which are provided under grants or contracts under subsection (a)(D may be provided by traditional Native Hawaiian healers. (d) LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF ENTITIES.—During a fiscal year, the Grants. Secretary under this Act may make a grant to, or hold a contract Contracts. with, not more than nine qualified entities in the State of Hawaii, as follows: (1) Two entities serving individuals on Kaua'i, from which individuals on Ni'ihau shall also be served. (2) Two entities serving individuals on O'ahu. (3) One entity serving individuals on Moloka'i, from which individuals on Lana'i shall also be served. (4) Two entities serving individuals on Maui.