Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association celebrates updated Telemetry Wing


The “Pink Ladies” showcase the updated equipment for the Guam Memorial Hospital.

Guam – Following a ribbon cutting ceremony, PNC took a tour of the updated Telemetry Wing at the Guam Memorial Hospital where the GMH Volunteer Association put their annual donations to good use.

The GMH Volunteers fondly known as the “pink Ladies” christened the Telemetry Wing yesterday, complete with updated equipment.

Thanks to GTA, the renovated rooms received a 3 year subscription as well. According to Andrew Gayle, the Chief Operating Officer at GTA, the donation is valued at around $66,000 worth of cable service for GMH, and GTA is already planning on more donations for next year.

“We were approached by the infamous Pink Ladies the GMH Volunteer Association about doing upgrades about the quality of life here at the hospital so they inquired us about our tv services. So we said of course we would love to help you out. They do such a wonderful job for the hospital and the community so what we do as a phase of their upgrades is we provide the tv service for 26 rooms on the third floor Telemetry Wing,” he said.  


Overall, GMH received over $200,000 worth of donations that went towards upgrading the most critical needs of the laboratory that include three new frozen plasma freezers, as well as two blood bank refrigerators.