Jamie is taking the leap in support of his department!

Jamie Bowbrick, Operational Manager for the SDH&C Musculoskeletal (MSK) Service, is taking the leap from 13,000ft in a skydiving adventure to support Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Charity.

The MSK Service is an integrated specialised service comprising of an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner (APP) led Community Assessment & Triage Service (CATS), a team of First Contact Practitioners (FCP), a Hand Therapy Service and a Community MSK Physiotherapy Service.  The Team provide support for Surrey Downs residents with assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions affecting the MSK system, from muscle strains to post-operative rehabilitation.

In his role as Operational Manager, Jamie plays a pivotal role in coordinating various team members, including Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Technical Instructors, Rehab Assistants and associated Administrators across Surrey Downs. His role helps ensure our hospitals are able to deliver outstanding care to our community.

Jamie shared “It’s a demanding role but the dedication and proactive approach of the team make it incredibly fulfilling. It’s the people I collaborate with and support that make all the difference.”

Jamie is going above and beyond his managerial duties by taking part in a Skydive, jumping 13,000ft out of an airplane to raise funds for Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Charity. The funds he raised will directly benefit the Surrey Downs Health and care Fund, helping to buy new equipment and provide more support for the team.

When asked about why he decided to Skydive Jamie said “A Skydive has always been on my bucket list but my wife would simply say that it is just part of my mid-life crisis!”

Support Jamie as he embarks on this crazy challenge to raise funds to enhance services upon which our community rely on. Donate today at https://www.justgiving.com/page/jamies-skydive-for-eshcharity

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