Governor Meets with Hospital Staff and Veterans on Guam Medical Complex

Governor Meets with Hospital Staff and Veterans on Guam Medical Complex


Hagåtña, Guam - Governor Lou Leon Guerrero’s series of information meetings to provide teh public with information on a Guam Medical Complex continues. On Thursday, she met with hundreds of medical staff at the Guam Memorial Hospital and the 

 her campaign to build a Guam Medical Complex 

will be addressing community groups during information meetings to build a Guam Medical Complex. These information meetings are in advance of a public hearing on Bill No. 184-37 (COR) scheduled for Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at 8:30 a.m. at the Guam Congress Building Public Hearing Room. The proposed legislation supports Governor Leon Guerrero’s vision to build a medical complex in Barrigada, one that co-locates a hospital, public health center, behavioral health, veterans clinic, pharmacy, and specialty care clinics in addition to medical providers’ offices.  The information meetings are complemented by the launch of an online petition to Build A Medical Complex for Guam

The community is invited to participate in any of the following meetings




Thursday, October 26 

7:30 a.m. & 4 p.m 

GMH employees

Guam Memorial Hospital (GMH) Training Room, 4th Floor 

Saturday, October 28 

11 a.m. 


Adelup Large Conference Room

Monday, October 30

6 p.m. 

Barrigada & Mangilao residents, all concerned citizens

Guam Community College (GCC) Multipurpose Auditorium 

“Lawmakers have publicly stated that if they were involved in the discussion and planning, they would support the building of a medical complex. In addition to meeting with senators, I want to share this vision with our community, with groups that are adversely affected, and all concerned citizens,” said Governor Leon Guerrero. “Limiting ourselves to building a stand-alone hospital ensures we only receive standard hospital care. Expanding our vision to build a state-of-the-art medical complex with specialized care for patients supports our nurses and local medical industry, decreases drive time between facilities, and improves function and operations. We now have a unique opportunity to bring world-class healthcare to Guam so that recovery can start where it should–at home!”

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