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Bryan Mih
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Bryan Mih, MD, MPH, FAAP


Dr. Bryan Mih is board certified in pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.  He has 18 years of experience, with 11 years as a teaching attending physician in the newborn nursery and pediatric outpatient clinic at Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women and Children (KMCWC).  He is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics with the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM).

Dr. Mih graduated cum laude from the University of California, Riverside, with a BS in Biology, and received his Master of Public Health (MPH) from the Columbia University School of Public Health.  His medical degree (MD) is from the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine.  He completed his pediatric residency at the University of Hawaii Pediatric Residency Program.  He also served as Pediatric Chief Resident and was a post-doctoral fellow with the Maternal and Child Health Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Related Disorders Training Program (MCH LEND).

Dr. Mih has been a Regional Top Doctor since 2014 and a Honolulu Magazine and Castle & Connelly Top Doctor for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.  He has received the Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award and the Best Nursery Teaching Award from the JABSOM Department of Pediatrics.


He has been instrumental in tobacco and nicotine control efforts in Hawaii and nationwide.  He was elected to the Executive Committee for the AAP’ Section on Nicotine and Tobacco Prevention and Treatment. He served on the Board of Directors for the Hawai‘I Public Health Institute (HIPHI) from 2014 to 2020.

Since 2010, Dr. Mih has been the Medical Director for the Kapi‘olani Smokefree Families Tobacco & Nicotine Cessation Program at KMCWC.   He is the Tobacco Control Chair and the E-cigarette Chapter Champion for the AAP Hawaii Chapter.  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) presented a Special Achievement Award to Dr. Mih for his efforts in tobacco prevention and control.

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Isabelleza “Kris” Tabios

Certified Medical Assistant

2019 CDC Childhood Immunization Champion for Hawaii

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Isabelleza “Kris” Tabios is the heart and soul of Dr. Mih's practice. Anytime you come to the office for an appointment, Kris will be there to check you in, measure your vital signs, help complete paperwork, check insurance, give vaccinations, coordinate referrals, and confirm followups.

Kris was born and raised in the Philippines and moved to Hawaii in 2002.  She has worked as a medical assistant in the pediatric outpatient clinic and pediatric after hours clinic at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children (KMCWC).  She also has had experience working at Waimanalo Health Center.

Kris is also very knowledgeable about vaccines, an essential part of preventive pediatric care. She has been the (Vaccines For Children) coordinator for KMCWC, working with the Hawaii State Department of Health to ensure appropriate storage and monitoring of vaccines.  In 2019, she was recognized by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as the Childhood Immunization Champion for Hawaii.

Dr. Mih is very glad to have such a stellar medical professional and positive personality such as Kris in the office! 


From the Department of Health Press Release:


HONOLULU–The Hawai‘i State Department of Health (DOH) and the Hawai‘i Immunization Coalition (HIC) congratulate medical assistant, Isabelleza Kris Tabios, for receiving the 2019 Childhood Immunization Champion Award for Hawai‘i. Today, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) recognized Ms. Tabios for her significant contribution to improving public health through her work in childhood immunization. 


The CDC Childhood Immunization Champion Award, announced annually during National Infant Immunization Week (April 27-May 4), recognizes one individual from each of the 50 U.S. states, eight U.S. territories and freely associated states, and the District of Columbia for their efforts to improve public health through childhood immunizations. Honorees are evaluated based on their leadership, collaboration, innovative strategies and advocacy efforts to support immunization activities in their communities.

“Ms. Tabios’ knowledge of the complex childhood immunization schedule makes her a strong immunization advocate and educator,” said Ron Balajadia, DOH Immunization Branch chief. “She is always willing to share her knowledge with others and serves as a resource to the physicians and staff she works with. Childhood immunization champions like Ms. Tabios increase immunizations in our state, helping to protect children, families and communities,and saving lives.”


Judy Strait-Jones, Hawai‘i Immunization Coalition (HIC) president added,“Reviewing immunization records and identifying which vaccines to administer is a challenging task,especially when patients are behind in their vaccinations. We rely on the knowledge and expertise of immunization champions like Ms. Tabios to help get these patients up-to-date on their vaccinations and protected from diseases like measles, chickenpox and pertussis. HIC is pleased to partner with DOH to honor Ms. Tabios for the work that she does to protect Hawai‘i’s keiki.”

Our Services

Prenatal Consultation

A prenatal visit is the first step in establishing a strong relationship between the family and the pediatrician. During this visit, we will provide information about our practice, offer guidance on parenting (if requested), discuss common early baby-related issues, identify high-risk conditions that may require special care, and address any additional concerns that the parents may have. 

Well Child Checks

Newborn Care

Dr. Mih will visit you and your baby in the newborn nursery within 24 hours of the delivery and then daily until the time of discharge.  Please inform the hospital staff that Dr. Mih is your pediatrician.  Acute newborn issues are managed during this time.  Vaccination against Hepatitis B and an injection of Vitamin K to prevent bleeding will be given soon after birth.  Circumcision for boys, if desired, can be done as well, but is not medically necessary.


After you leave the hospital, it is vital to be seen in the office within 1-3 days.  During the visit, we will measure weight, check for jaundice, evaluate feeding and output.  We will perform a physical examination and order appropriate lab testing if indicated. 

Well-child visits are important to ensure appropriate preventative care, and track the growth and development of your keiki. During these visits, we will take measurements of height and weight (plus head circumference up until age 2 years), perform a physical examination with developmental screening, and check that all immunizations are up to date.


We perform well-child visits at the following times, as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics:

  • 2 weeks

  • 1 month

  • 2 months

  • 4 months

  • 6 months

  • 9 months

  • 12 months

  • 15 months

  • 18 months

  • 24 months

  • 30 months

  • 3 years

  • 4 years

  • Annual visits are recommended after 4 years of age.​

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