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"If you have the choice, why would you NOT be stationed on a tropical island?"
Naval Hospital's team celebrates in their Dine Out with the RendezVooth!
9 injured during weekend accident, and police say passengers not wearing seat belts
A settlement to give a family of a 5-year-old boy $300,000 because his leg had to be amputated due to negligence at the hospital evidently was the trigger that led to the governor's decision to remove the agency's entire leadership.
They're famous for their pink vests and better known to the community as the Pink Ladies. While doctors and nurses are responsible for saving lives at the hospital, these ladies have made it their mission to bring smiles and comfort. This year, the Guam Memorial Hospital volunteers celebrates 50 years of giving.
AGANA HEIGHTS, GUAM (June 27, 2014)-- Just two short months after the ribbon cutting, the staff of the U.S. Naval Hospital Guam held a change of command ceremony in the hospital's atrium, June 27. During the ceremony Capt. Jeannie B. Comlish assumed command of the hospital from Capt. Jeffrey M. Plummer, marking the end of two years of command for Plummer. During his command Plummer oversaw the construction and historic transition of hospital staff to a new facility. The hospital became operational in the spring of 2014, with the first patient seen April 21. In his final speech to the staff Plummer said, "A young Corpsman once asked me what made me stay in the Navy past 20 years. At the time I gave him some kind of answer like, 'I'm still having fun' and I am, but thinking over it a lit...
Part 1 "Marines Love Their Corpsman" - Join Capt. Jeffrey Plummer, U.S. Naval Hospital Guam Commanding Officer, and Lt. General Lawrence Snowden (USMC retired and senior surviving Iwo Jima veteran) as they discuss Iwo Jima and the role U.S. Naval Hospital Guam played in getting Lt. General Snowden back into combat after being hit by shrapnel during the conflict. This is the first of a three-part series with Lt. General Snowden discussing his memories of combat, corpsman, and leadership.