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Fake GMH job ad under investigation

by Krystal Paco

Guam - A fake online job announcement for a pathologist to service the Guam Memorial Hospital is under investigation. LocumTenens.com public relations manager Kelly Randall tells KUAM the website operates the largest Internet job board for the locum tenens industry with direct access to thousands of jobs in all specialties posted directly by facilities and agencies nationwide.

As for the GMH pathologist job ad, Randall says the position was posted by another physician staffing agency, not Locum Tenens, and has since been removed until an investigation is complete. She adds the agency that posted the position has been contacted.

Meanwhile, GMH administrator Joseph Verga reports GMH had nothing to do with the ad and did not approve it. He confirms that a pathologist is still on duty at GMG with no changes.

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