BY FRANK J. CAMPILLO
Once again, the Guam Memorial Hospital finds itself in the middle of yet another controversy, another legislative investigation, the possibility of losing the certification from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the likelihood of losing the subsidy that was allocated to them through the recently enacted but possibly repealed sales tax. One would say that this has not been a good month for GMH — but has it ever been a good time for GMH or have the perennial band-aids and financial patches finally come off?
GMH, like most rural hospitals . . .
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