Volunteers Association Donates EKG Machine to GMH

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Guam – The Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association (GMHVA) donated to the GMH Special Services Unit an EKG machine valued at $12,517.00.  

An EKG machine is a diagnostic tool used to measure the heart’s electrical activity.   The recordings produced by this machine in a noninvasive procedure are called electrocardiograms (also ECG or EKG).

[L-R Seated -GMHVA Board Members Felice Meeks, Cecilia Solidum, Toni Pecon, Belle Rada, RN-Special Services Unit Supervisor, Josephine Mesa-GMHVA President, Evelyna Akimoto; L-R Standing- Pat Muna, Pam Castro, Lou Lujan, Sally Aquino, Dolores Barangan-Special Services Technician, Pauline Taitano-Echocardiogram Technologist, Judy Salas, Evelyn Castanada, Rhodora Cruz, RN-Deputy Assistant Nursing  Administrator, Acting, June Perez-GMH Volunteers Liaison.]

For more  information or if you wish to be a member or make a donation, please call GMHVA President Josephine Mesa at 488-5552.