The socio-economic, political and cultural structure of Hawaii has been much impressing. The study on the Hawaii’s community health nursing has given substantial focus on the various aspects of the society. To begin with Hawaii is one of the US states, whereby it uniquely composes of islands. The state has been popular following its rich geographical orientation, whereby it has active volcanoes, warm tropical climate, natural beauty, inviting waters and waves. Honolulu is the state capital of Hawaii (Sperling et al, 2007). The state lies on a geographical area of 10,932 square miles. As at the year 2000, the state was ranked the 42nd most populous state of USA with a total population of 1,211,537. As per the 2000 census, 50.2% of the population was men, while 49.8 were women. Most of the population lies between the age brackets 25 years to 54years. In this case more than 45% of the population lies within this age bracket. 36% percent of the population is below 25 years wile 19% is above 54 years (Sperling et al, 2007). From another perspective, Hawaii has a cosmopolitan orientation, whereby whites, Asian, Asian Indian, American Indian and black American, Chinese among other race form substantial proportion of the community. This phenomenon gives and integrated cultural background of Hawaii.