Bedford Lodge No 925
Invite you to join them on
Thursday 6th April 2017 at 5.45 pm
Severn Street Masonic Centre
60 Severn Street, Birmingham B1 1QG
The special guest for this evening will be Professor Sir Keith Porter who will deliver a talk about the West Midlands Care Team. This is sure to be a very interesting talk by the Patrron of the team. Sir Keith is a Consultant Trauma Surgeon and the Clinical Director for Trauma at University Hospital Birmingham. He is Professor of Clinical Traumatology at the University of Birmingham. Since 2000 he has been the civilian clinical lead for the care of injured soldiers returning to the UK from both Iraq and Afghanistan and has been a member of the Defence Scientific Advisory Committee and the Surgeon General Research Strategy Group.
Who are the West Midlands CARE Team?
The West Midlands Central Accident, Resuscitation & Emergency (CARE) Team is a charitable organisation who respond to serious medical incidents within the West Midlands, UK. Working in teams alongside West Midlands Ambulance Service, volunteer doctors, nurses, paramedics and other healthcare professionals deliver enhanced critical care to seriously injured and unwell patients.
The charitable aims of the organisation are the relief of persons suffering injury or illness by the provision of immediate medical care and advancing the study of immediate medical care by the provision of training and research.
For more information you can visit the CARE Team website at: http://www.careteam.org.uk/
How to book your place
The dining fee for the evening is £25, which can be paid by BACS directly to Bedford Lodge.
Visitors must be booked in by 9.00 am on Tuesday 4th April at the latest to secure a meal.