Michelle Baiko is our receptionist and business manager. In addition to bringing over 25 years of business experience to our practice, she is dedicated to offering personalized professional service to the benefit both individual patient and the entire medical cannabis movement alike. She loves this job, and often says that it allows her to witness miracles every day.
Doctor Kevin Baiko is Michelle's husband and founding physician of Hawaii Compassionate Care. His background includes both mainstream and alternative training. A 1995 graduate from Eastern Virginia Medical School, he has worked for many years in both family medicine and urgent care practices. He is a 1996 graduate from the Cayce/Riley School of Massotherapy and a 1997 graduate from the UCLA medical acupuncture training program. He is a longtime student of osteopathic manipulation and has been on faculty at both the Cayce/Riley School of Massotherapy and Atlantic Universty (both a part of the Association of Research and Enlightenment in Virginia Beach), specializing in holistic health education. Dr. Baiko is licensed to practice medicine in Hawaii (license # 15123) and holds a Certificate of Registration for the prescription of controlled substances in Hawaii (registration # E09346). He is a Certified Diplomat of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine.
Dr. Baiko's Writings on Cannabinoid Medicine:
1. The Endocannabinoid System
3. Drug Screening For Cannabis Use
4. Lifestyle and Your Endocannabinoid System
5. Cannabis & Memory
6. The Safety of Childhood Cannabis Use
7. How a Cannabinoid Medicine Specialist Practices as a PCP
8. Managing Pain with Cannabis
9. What's So Wrong With Getting High
Informative article on the medicinal value of terpenes found in cannabis