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Delinquent GMH accounts due by 11/17

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - More than 17,000 delinquent accounts at the Guam Memorial Hospital have until November 17 to make a payment or set up a payment arrangement before their accounts are sent to collection agencies.  The delinquent accounts total $17.5 million and include self-pay accounts, as well as amounts owed by patients for deductibles or co-pays. 

GMH Spokesperson Connor Murphy says delinquent accounts are also referred to the Department of Revenue & Taxation for garnishment of tax refunds or for legal action.

For more information or to make arrangements to pay your account, you can call the GMH Business Office at 647-2258/2126.

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