Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find answers to many questions, as well as patient forms, and instructions on how to care for yourself after a visit and/or procedure.

Self Care After a Procedure


Below you will find the necessary forms to complete. Please download, print, and bring the completed forms during your first visit.

Urogynecology Questionnaire 7-27-2022 (1).pdf

New patient questionnaire


Bladder Diary


UDI-6, IIQ-7

Follow-up Appointments After Surgery

In general, you will be scheduled for routine postoperative appointments at the following intervals:

  • 2 weeks

  • 6 weeks

How to Call the Doctor

  • During regular office hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM, patients should call the Queen’s office at 808-686-4670. We highly encourage patients to send messages to staff using the myChart app due to high call volume.

When to Call the Doctor

For recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) or painful bladder syndrome patients:

Please call the office at 808-686-4670 during regular business hours. After hours please go to an urgent care or emergency department nearest you. We cannot prescribe antibiotics or pain medications outside of regular business hours.

For surgery patients:

Please first consult the above link (Postoperative instructions for prolapse and/or incontinence surgery). If you are still concerned please call the office for a same day appointment or proceed to the nearest urgent care center or emergency room when the office is closed if you experience any of the following:

Temperature above 100.5 or severe chilling.

Persistent nausea or vomiting.

Pain not relieved by oral medication

Excessive bleeding

If you have a catheter and it is not draining urine

Contacting our offices: If you have a problem, it is best to send a MYCHART message to the clinic or doctor. Otherwise, you may call 808 686 4760 and leave a message. After hours if your problem is more urgent proceed to the nearest urgent care center or emergency room. If you feel that the problem is an emergency, proceed directly to the emergency room.

What does FACS mean?

The letters “FACS” after a surgeon’s name indicates that he or she is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). Fellows of the College are board-certified surgeons whose education, training, professional qualifications, surgical competence, and ethical conduct have been reviewed and evaluated prior to admittance and have been found to be consistent with the high standards of the American College of Surgeons. Not all surgeons are accepted into Fellowship in the College and there are some surgeons who may choose not to become Fellows. The letters “FACS” after a surgeon’s name indicates that the surgeon has submitted to a process to obtain voluntary credential and performance evaluation by their peers.

What does FACOG mean?

The letters “FACOG” after a surgeon’s name indicates that he or she is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Fellows of the College are Diplomates of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. They have graduated from an acceptable medical school, completed an ob-gyn residency program within the geographic confines of the ACOG, are board-certified, and have an active license to practice medicine.