by Jolene Toves
Guam - According to GMH chief financial officer Alan Ulrich the hospital submitted their budget for the Fiscal Year 2015 to the legislature yesterday. As we reported the hospital mapped out its finances and according to the numbers is looking at $142 million. This funding would allow the hospital to implement several new initiatives that will not only bring in new revenues but also add a new level of care not presently available in the territory. The hospital is planning to open an urgent care facility and add much needed services at its Skilled Nursing Unit in Barrigada.