Physicians, nurses and support staff are on duty in the GRMC Emergency Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Every emergency case is treated regardless of ability to pay.
We are committed to reducing the incidence of heart disease which is the number one killer on Guam. Our specialists work together to offer both treatment and preventive care.
We are equipped with advanced technologies for fighting cancer including a linear accelerator that provides the highest quality radiation therapy in the Western Pacific.
We are equipped with new wound care technologies including hyperbaric medicine as an adjuvant advanced modality treatment for chronic non- healing wounds.
Guam Regional Medical City (GRMC) is a 136 bed acute care hospital in Dededo. We offer world-class medical care to the residents of Guam as well as the FSM, the CNMI, Palau and the Marshall Islands.
I would recommend that they would come and see these people here because they are very helpful. They go out of their way to make you feel comfortable, and give you whatever services that they can offer.
The one doctor keeps asking me all kinds of things to try and keep me talking, keeping me alive. I’m so happy. The staff took care of me. They attended to me like they really wanted to take care of me. These guys save my life.
The operation went very smooth. The care that I received here was just amazing. We are so grateful.
The employees here are really great. She is in good hands with them.
Our specialists work in partnership with patients, not only to cure their conditions, but to help them stay healthy.
Committed to improving the well-being of the people of Micronesia by tailoring our services to the health care needs of the people who live here.
We are equipped with comprehensive diagnostic services using some of the latest technology available
GRMC maintains a variety of out-patient specialty care clinics located within the hospital.
Patient Education traveled to southern Guam to participate in Inarajan Middle School’s health fair on Friday, February 23, 2018. The event, called “Focus on the Future: Preparing Healthy Hearts and Healthy Minds,” was designed to give students and their families an opportunity to learn about making responsible health choices and habits. Patient Education Coordinator Kalyne […]