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Bogus online ad calls out pathologist to service GMH

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - It appears there's a fake online job announcement for a pathologist to service the Guam Memorial Hospital. According to locumtenens.com, a full-service physician staffing agency, GMH is in need of a pathologist ASAP.

The fake ad, which boasts the island's dive spots, perfect weather, and cheap cost of living, is under investigation.

As GMH administrator Joseph Verga tells KUAM, "GMH had nothing to do with that ad and did not approve it."

He adds GMH has a pathologist on staff, with no changes.

The website has yet to respond KUAM's inquiries for more information.

We should note, the hospital's job announcements are available on www.gmha.org

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