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NFP BOARDS -Paraplegic Benefit Fund Australia

Paraplegic Benefit Fund Australia The Paraplegic Benefit Fund Australia was founded in 1984 by the late Sir George Bedbrook, a world-renowned spinal surgeon who also founded the Department of Paraplegia, now called the Sir George Bedbrook Spinal Unit, at Royal Perth Hospital. Sir George founded the not-for-profit organisation after being frustrated by the lack of financial support available for patients, many of whom are institutionalised after being discharged from hospital. Chairman Tony Carter, Executive director (southern states) Simon Bedbrook ,Executive director (northern states) Grant White, David Bedrook Craig Sergeant, Paul Italiano

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