Guam faces challenges getting medical specialists to stay

BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF

Journal Staff

  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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