St George’s Hospital is inviting local residents to attend the St George’s Annual Members’ Meeting, where you can learn more about the work of the Trust over the past 12 months and hear from two parents featured in the ground-breaking Baby Surgeons documentary filmed at St George’s.
Randika and her husband Paul’s story was one of the most captivating and heart-warming stories shown in Baby Surgeons. They both have a form of restricted growth, commonly known as dwarfism, which for Randika means that carrying a baby and giving birth is more high risk.
The documentary followed them as they visited St George’s for care during Randika’s pregnancy, and during labour, when their daughter Emily was born by caesarean section.
Randika and Paul will be appearing at the Annual Members’ Meeting to talk about their experiences filming the documentary, the care they received at St George’s and to give an update on how baby Emily is doing now.
The meeting is a chance for people to learn more about their local hospital and its staff that have worked incredibly hard caring for patients during the Covid-19 pandemic. A member of the St George’s Covid-19 vaccine clinic team will also provide a special update on the outstanding work of our vaccine clinic.
The Annual Members’ Meeting will be a virtual event, taking place on Microsoft Teams from 6pm-7.30pm on Thursday 16 September 2021. To join the meeting, simply follow this link at 6.00pm on 16 September: St George’s Annual Members’ Meeting 2021.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask a question to the leadership team at St George’s. For further information and to submit a question in advance of the meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.