Rush Limbaugh was rushed to a Honolulu hospital with chest pains on Wednesday afternoon.
Paramedics took him to Queens Medical Center, according to KITV in Honolulu. The conservative radio talk show icon was at the Kahala Hotel and Resort when emergency workers responded to a call at 2:41 pm.
Limbaugh was transported to the hospital in an ambulance, a report a TV report claimed.
Limbaugh, 58, battled a pill addiction earlier in the decade and lost a significant amount of weight in recent years. He was listed in serious condition, according to several reports.
Emergency Medical Services spokesman Bryan Cheplic said paramedics took a male to an area hospital from the Kahala Hotel and Resort, according to a Fox news report.
The resort would not confirm that Limbaugh was a guest, citing privacy concerns.
The garrulous host was seen golfing at Waialae Country Club earlier in the week, said KITV. That club is near the Kahala Hotel and Resort.