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Rodriguez meets with GMH management

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Healthcare Committee chairman Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. met with management at the Guam Memorial Hospital this morning and says he's satisfied with the plan that's already in place to address the concerns raised by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

"I know this is such an important and critical issue, every time it deals with the hospital and so I just want to say that the hospital is still a safe place to be at," said the freshman policymaker. "We have very good doctors and nurses here that take care of our people and rest assured that at least the Guam Legislature will continue to support the hospital."

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