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GMH staff, patients transition to new ER/ICU

by Jolene Toves

Guam - It was a smooth transition into the new emergency room and intensive care unit this weekend at the Guam Memorial Hospital.  Both moves happened without incident and hospital staff were assisted by the Guam Fire Department.  Officials say the staff have been well trained for any contingencies and are now working in the new ER. GMH is now working on additional renovations to expand the temporary waiting room.  Upon completion the second phase of renovations to the old ER and pharmacy will proceed.

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