Solihull Moors stars visit QEHB for World Kidney Day


Stars from the Solihull Moors Football Club made a trip to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham to mark World Kidney Day on 14 March, and met with members of staff from the hospital, transplant patients and their families.

Gary Whild, who is the First Team Coach and Assistant Manager, and striker Nathan Blissett both came to the hospital, and spoke with Nick Flint from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients Association, and Martin Searle, Team Captain of the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team.

Martin said: "It was fantastic to welcome Gary and Nathan along to QEHB for World Kidney Day. They thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the day and being present in the hospital to speak to staff and patients about kidney treatment here in Birmingham."

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