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More than half of new hospital's staff hired

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - 53% of the total workforce for the new Guam Regional Medical City has been hired. According to the new hospital's communications officer Kevin Kerrigan, GRMC continues to aggressively hire with more than 100 open positions that still need to be filled. There are currently 382 hired employees including pending offers to some who have later start dates. As part of the terms under the qualifying certificate contract, which was signed by the governor earlier this month, 75% of all employees must be US citizens and permanent resident aliens. The hospital in the meantime is set to open at the end of the first quarter or start of the second quarter of this year. For the list of jobs, go to themedicalcity-grmc.com.
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