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Mr Roland Morley MBBS,FRCS,FRCS(Urol)

Qualified: St George's Hospital in 1982

Clinical Specialities: Female urology and incontinence surgery, Paediatric urology, Benign reconstruction, Oncology and General urology.

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The pictures shows Mr. Morley and the rest of the team that climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in early 2003 to raise funds for the Kingston Hospital Cancer Appeal.

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Kingston Hospital
Galsworthy Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey KT2 7QB

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The team in uniform

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Taking a breather. Left to right, back row: Peter Willson, Ian Bloom, Kaushik Patel, Roland Morley, Andrew Pooley. Front row, Amrit Gill, Abdulsatar Ravalia and Carol Stableforth.

At the summit

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Scaling the heights for KingstonCan
30 January 2003

It was cheers all round at Kingston Hospital this week for the team who climbed Kilimanjaro for KingstonCan, the Kingston Hospital Cancer Unit Appeal.

On 10 January, seven consultants and a nurse from Kingston Hospital flew to Tanzania having trained for months for the climb. They are: anaesthetists Carol Stableforth and Abdulsatar Ravalia, urologist Roland Morley, general surgeon Peter Willson, pathologist Kaushik Patel, gynaecologist Andrew Pooley, colorectal surgeon Ian Bloom and Day Surgery Unit staff nurse Amrit Gill.

Six of the eight members reached the summit of the mountain (19,400 feet). Two team members were prevented from exceeding 15,500 feet by altitude sickness. One member of the team remained in East Africa for treatment and convalescence for his altitude sickness and is now home. The rest of the team returned at the beginning of last week.

Roland Morley says 'It was a great adventure. I have fond memories of getting to the top with our KingstonCan banner! It was tiring and cold … made fonder by great companions.'

Peter Willson said 'It was the adventure of a lifetime, an exciting and enjoyable walk in a wonderful part of the world with memories and views I will never forget.'

Kingston Hospital Chief Executive Helen Chalmers said 'This is not just a stroll in the park, it's exceedingly challenging. We're all so incredibly proud of them. '

Provisional estimates indicate the team has well exceeded its target of raising £10,000 for the KingstonCan appeal.

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