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Sagua Mañagu is hitting pause

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Wednesday, December 21 2022 

A Special Message to our SaguaMPG Patients & Families 

    On behalf of Dr. Bordallo, Dr. Bez and our dedicated team of providers, nurses & staff, THANK YOU! We appreciate your believing in us and trusting us with your care. We look forward to serving you and your family as the largest network of women’s healthcare professionals on Guam.


    Today, with careful consideration, we announce that the birthing center at Sagua Mañagu is taking a pause, starting this Christmas weekend. Our last patient(s) will be admitted on December 23, 2022 and discharged or, if undelivered, transferred to the hospital on Christmas Eve. All expectant mothers will then be delivered at GMH until further notice.


    The clinic at SaguaMPG will remain open and continue at full capacity during normal clinic hours. We remain committed to service, finding solutions and making improvements in the delivery of healthcare for the women and families of Guam.


    Best wishes to you and your family this holiday season and throughout the new year. We appreciate your understanding and continued support.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Sagua pause mean for patients? 

All SaguaMPG Patients will be delivering at the Hospital for the time being.

Is the MPG clinic closing?

No. The clinic will remain OPEN and continue operating at full capacity during normal clinic hours.

Who will deliver my baby at the Hospital?

Our SaguaMPG providers will continue your care at the hospital at time of delivery.

How long will the pause last?

We don't have that information at this time. Until we do, our patients will continue to see SaguaMPG providers in the clinic and deliver at the hospital.

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