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New GMH administrator speaking before GMS

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Guam Medical Society tomorrow evening will be holding its monthly meeting and invited to speak are newly appointed Guam Memorial Hospital administrator Rey Vega, Joseph Cameron who chaired the Transition Subcommittee for Healthcare and Senator Dennis Rodriguez the Chairperson on the Legislature's Committee on Health. Also invited as an honored guest is Acting Governor Ray Tenorio.

Under discussion will be "State of Guam's Hospital and Healthcare: Where do we go from here". The GMS meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 6pm at the VIP Restaurant in Tumon.

All physicians and allied healthcare professionals are welcome to attend.

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