NHS trio tackle to triathlon again

Cheshire Triathalon

A trio of NHS staff from North Staffordshire are competing in a grueling triathlon for the second year running to raise funds for UHNM Charity. 

Leaders of the 'High Intensity Project', Dr John Oxtoby, UHNM Medical Director , Robert Bryan, UHNM Head of Allied Health Professions and Gail Lowe, High Intensity Project Manager from Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) with be competing in the Cheshire Triathlon on Sunday 12 May to raise funds for UHNM Charity.

The team relay event which takes place at Barony Park and Nantwich Swimming Pool consists of a 500m swim, 21k cycle and 5k run. Robert will tackle the swim, Gail the cycle, and John the run.

Robert Bryan, UHNM Head of Allied Health Professions said, “For the second year running we’ll dust off our exercise kits and complete the Cheshire Triathlon as a relay team, aiming to not only beat last year’s times, but more importantly raise as much money as possible for UHNM Charity and the benefit of local patients.”

“We’d like to thank everybody in advance for sponsoring us."  

The High Intensity Users Service, a pilot scheme between University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust (UHNM) andMidlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) is designed to help patients who are admitted into hospital on multiple occasions and have stays of over 40 days.

To donate to the team's fundraising appeal click here.