For the 6th year running, I was pleased to be invited back to join the Tour de Frimley team as medical support. Here they are at the finish line after 500 grueling miles at the foot of the Pyrenees in Spain. This year’s challenge fundraised for the Frimley Health Charity Stroke Appeal to help support patients on their long road to recovery through a new build, investment in new technologies and equipment.
On 30th July 2018, we were visited by the Surrey Heath Mayor as the Frimley Health Charity Breast Care Appeal is one of his chosen charities this year. He was impressed to hear of our plans to develop a stand alone breast cancer unit to include a 3D mammography machine at Frimley Park Hospital right here in Surrey Heath. The clarity of images from this new machine will help the breast care team to diagnose cancer & other abnormalities at an earlier stage. The ground works for the new build are due to start imminently and I will update build progress as it happens.
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I am pleased to announce that I will once again be joining the Tour de Frimley team in 2019 as a member of their support team (medical and logistics). For a change of scenery the team will be cycling to Spain and part of the Pyrenees mountain range all in aid of the Frimley Health Charity Stroke Appeal. The challenge is sponsored by the Parkside Suite, Frimley for whom I am Clinical Lead and supported by 4th Batallion Princess of Wales Royal regiment (4PWRR). The challenge will occur in the Summer of 2019 with more details to follow. To sponsor the team, please visit their Just Giving page.