Hafa Adai from Guam

  1. Hafa Adai means greetings from Guam. I am a nurse educator at the local university and also work per diem in Guam's only civilian hospital. Teaching clinical nursing is very rewarding for me, but I am coming back to the NICU world after a long absence and am looking forward to updating myself with the NICU on your site.
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  3. by   Jessy_RN
    [font=lucida sans unicode] welcome to the site, enjoy your stay and best wishes to you!
  4. by   suzanne4
    Welcome to Allnurses.com.....................

    Please check out the International forum, we have several posters from Guam there.
  5. by   sirI
    Quote from weaselmom
    hafa adai means greetings from guam. i am a nurse educator at the local university and also work per diem in guam's only civilian hospital. teaching clinical nursing is very rewarding for me, but i am coming back to the nicu world after a long absence and am looking forward to updating myself with the nicu on your site.
    hello and welcome to allnurses.com

    good to have y ou with us, weaselmom. also, check out the neonatal intensive care forum.


    enjoy the site.
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  7. by   ena329
    Hafa Adai weaslemom! Are you still residing in Guam? its been quite a while since this message has been posted..if you are, could you please give me a heads up about the working conditions there? As well, as housing, basic salary for entry level RN and which hospital or clinic offers the best work benefits and facilities for civilian nurses. And if any one else fits the bill then please do reply...It will be GREATLY appreciated, as I'm moving there soon because of my family. I've had very little information about this situation even from other sites and its very disheartening when people vaguely comment. It just shows their not locals! I'm really hoping someone out there could enlighten me in facts the real score...THANKS A LOT!:spin:

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