The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine is situated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. It has a pivotal role in treating and rehabilitating soldiers injured in the line of duty. Mr Rhodri Williams, consultant maxillofacial surgeon, commanded a peloton of surgeons and friends to cycle from the QEH to the Menin Gate in Belgium and to present a wreath there. In the process, over £11,000 was raised for the military ward to provide equipment for the common room to enhance the recreational side of the in-patient stay of the injured soldiers. If you would like to see how you could help in this area, please contact Mike Hammond http://www.qehb.org.

If you would like to see how you could help in this area, please contact Mike Hammond http://www.qehb.org

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