Members of KGV College’s Medical Sciences Society (MedSoc) handed over football shirts that had been collected by staff and students to former student Simon Graham for the children at The Beit CURE International Hospital in Blantyre.
The Beit CURE International Hospital is a 66-bed teaching hospital that specializes in treating the orthopaedic needs of children and adults. The facility was opened in 2002 and serves children with physical disabilities regardless of their ethnic background, religious affiliation or ability to pay.
Former KGV student Simon Graham came to visit KGV to talk about his role as an Orthopaedic and Trauma Specialist Registrar at the Countess of Chester Hospital, Simon also gave prospective medics an idea of the specialisms they can go into after their medical degrees. Simon is undertaking a voluntary trauma fellowship in at The Beit CURE Hospital and will take the donated football shirts for the children.
Dr Simon Graham with MedSoc students (Dr Simon is third from the right).
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