HAGÅTÑA, Guam — Guam Memorial Hospital was given a “preliminary denial” accreditation status by the Joint Commission after an inspection found justification to revoke accreditation.
GMH administrators attribute its accreditation problems to lack of dedicated funding combined with its unfunded mandate to provide care for anyone who seeks it, saying the legislature has . . .
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