BY STEVE GRAFF
Journal Staff

While Guam Memorial Hospital awaits the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers inspection report that may decide its future, hospital administrators continue to address the longstanding deficiencies to keep the building operational — and cool.

The air handling units from GMH’s HVAC system, all 64 of them, are dated and in need of replacing, Lillian P. Posadas, administrator at GMH, told the Journal.

$3.5 million from the U.S. Department of Interior, allocated through the governor’s office, will be used to help cover the costs to replace them, Posadas said. So . . .

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