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Some of you may have heard of the Invictus Games. The games were launched in 2014 to help celebrate the fighting spirit of wounded, injured and sick service personnel and show what they can achieve.
This September the games will be held in Düsseldorf, Germany, with competitors from more than 20 countries taking part including our very own Dr, Dr Jenny Hartley.
Jenny enlisted into the general Service Corps aged 18, before being commissioned into the Royal Logistics Corps in 2003. Aged 28 she decided to retrain as a doctor and transferred to the Royal Army Medical Corps in 2010 during her training. A wrist fracture during a PT session in 2017, led to her being medically discharged. The fracture didn’t heal correctly, leaving Jenny with restricted movement.
Dr Hartley is part of the British team competing at the Invictus Games 9th -16th September.
She is taking part in powerlifting, athletics and swimming. You can watch her live in action on BBC Red button on 10th, 11th and 13th September with highlights on the One Show each day.
Portcullis Surgery are very proud to support Dr Jenny Hartley who is a salaried GP at our practice since July.