BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
In Guam, it’s common for medical specialists such as dermatologists, neonatologists and corneal surgeons to visit the island, treat patients for a short period of time and then leave again to return at a later date, often the following year. Although recruiting doctors to visit Guam can be a challenge in itself, what has proven most difficult is getting these specialists to stay.
The Journal spoke with various medical administrative staff members about the process of . . .
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