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Mid-week is deadline to pay-up to GMH

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Residents with delinquent accounts at the Guam Memorial Hospital have one more day to pay up or set up a payment arrangement before their account is sent to collections.  The island's only public hospital has 17,000 delinquent accounts totaling $17.5 million. You can pay by mail, make credit card payments via phone, visit the 24-hour drive-up payment box outside the front entrance or the 24-hour cashier in the Emergency Department.

For more information or to make an arrangement to pay your account, call the hospital's Business Office at 647-2258/2126.

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