GMHA to receive pregnant women at 7pm - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

GMHA to receive pregnant women at 7pm

Posted: Sep 09, 2018 4:09 PM +10:00 Updated:

When Condition of Readiness (COR)2 goes into effect at 7:00pm the Guam Memorial Hospital will be ready to receive pregnant women who are at least 38 weeks as well as all high risk pregnant women who are 6 months or more into their pregnancy. Please check in at the Patient Registration Dept. on the 1st floor.  Expectant mothers will remain at the hospital for the duration of the storm until it is determined safe for them to return to their homes. 

Also, outpatient elective surgeries, regular visiting hours and family viewings are suspended upon the declaration of COR 2 and will resume upon the declaration of COR 4.  All essential GMH staff are asked to check in with their hospital supervisors.

Additionally, at 7:00pm today, pregnant women being seen at U.S. Naval Hospital Guam who are 38 weeks or more, or are 36 weeks of high-risk (with complications) will be called by the hospital staff if they wish to ride out the storm at USNH Guam.  Once in COR2, outpatient visits will be cancelled. At Condition of Readiness 1 outpatient services will be closed, but the emergency department will remain open.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Objection filed against sale of Accion property

    Objection filed against sale Accion property

    An objection has been filed in the Archdiocese plans to sell its Hotel Accion Property in Yona. The objection was filed by the Lujan and Wolff law firm which represents certain tort claimant creditors. They object for several reasons including the lack ofMore >>
    An objection has been filed in the Archdiocese plans to sell its Hotel Accion Property in Yona. The objection was filed by the Lujan and Wolff law firm which represents certain tort claimant creditors. They object for several reasons including the lack ofMore >>
  • GDOE has sexual assault prevention curriculum

    GDOE has sexual assault prevention curriculum

    When it comes to cases of sexual assault on island, children are often the target. Back in 2012, public law implemented the Lani-Kate Task Force to change policy. Though unclear if that taskforce still meets regularly, an adopted curriculum is currently iMore >>
    When it comes to cases of sexual assault on island, children are often the target. Back in 2012, public law implemented the Lani-Kate Task Force to change policy. Though unclear if that taskforce still meets regularly, an adopted curriculum is currently iMore >>
  • Guam says ENOUGH! to sexual assault

    Guam says ENOUGH! to sexual assault

    Taking a stance to say "enough is enough" today, many, including KUAM, participated in a walkout, raising our hands in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault. The nonprofit Victim Advocates Reaching Out, or VARO, also hosted a wave in Hagatna, whereMore >>
    Taking a stance to say "enough is enough" today, many, including KUAM, participated in a walkout, raising our hands in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault. The nonprofit Victim Advocates Reaching Out, or VARO, also hosted a wave in Hagatna, where More >>
Powered by Frankly