Trainee GP in oncology, Guildford
Position: midfield number 7
What is your background?
I am a ward doctor in a tertiary cancer centre. It is the fourth largest cancer centre in the UK so it can be quite busy at times.
What is the best thing about being a doctor?
Biscuits and cakes, especially on night shifts.
What is your typical day?
We always start with a multidisciplinary team board round where all of our cancer inpatients are discussed before setting off on the ward round. Any new admissions need to be seen down in A&E during the day and then we attend the clinic in the afternoons.
Why are you playing in Eurospital?
It is the chance for honour and glory. I also want to add to my international caps.
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