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New art for cancer centre
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Staff brave Dragons’ Den
Two minutes with...our post room
Help assess our care environment
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Enthusiastic volunteers wanted
Physiotherapist conquers world's toughest sea swim
Guy’s and St Thomas’ lottery launched
Friends and Family Test – July
Lammy award success
Trust toolkit wins national award
Miracle Mia
Life changing eczema treatment
Supporting men with Klinefelter’s syndrome
1 October – Older People’s Day
19 October – Low Vision Day
21 October – Inspiring Youth Conference
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Physiotherapist conquers world's toughest sea swim

A physiotherapist from Guy’s and St Thomas’ has conquered one of the world’s toughest sea swims, less than a year after swimming across the English Channel.

 

Samantha Poulsen is the 25th woman to successfully make it across the North Channel. She completed the gruelling 21-mile swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland in 11 hours and 12 minutes.

 

It is considered to be the most difficult open water swim in the world due to its cold waters, strong currents and high numbers of lion’s mane jellyfish. Samantha took on the challenge to raise money for Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity.