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Date: Thursday 22 October
Time: 11.45am - 3.00pm
Venue: Northern Club
Tickets: $115.00 single ticket, $1150.00 table of 10
The Friends are proud to introduce keynote speaker, surgeon Dr Michelle Locke. Dr Locke works as the Head of The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Middlemore hospital, a role which saw her play a pivotal role in the outcomes for those affected by the 2019 Whakaari/White Island eruption. Join us at the Ladies Lunch to hear about Dr Locke’s impressive dedication to her profession and her patients.
Please note that tables seat a total of 10. For individual tickets, a comment field will be available for you during the purchass process to indicate who you would like to be seated with. Rest assured that if you are unable to complete a full table or would like to attend alone, we will be organising your seating for you so you'll have the opportunity to meet some fellow King's Mums.
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Guest speaker - Dr Michelle Locke
Meet Dr Michelle Locke, Wife, Mum of two girls, Rep Hockey Player, Surgeon and Head of The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Middlemore hospital; which is the largest Plastic Surgery unit in the Southern hemisphere with 21 Plastic surgeons and 6 Orthopaedic Hand surgeons working collaboratively.
Dr Locke become the first-ever female Head of Department in August 2019. This meant she was leading the department through the unprecedented Whakaari / White Island volcanic disaster, and then the Covid-19 pandemic! Not the recommended way to ease into a new role...
Dr Locke also holds an academic role (Senior Lecturer in Surgery) at the University of Auckland School of Medicine, helping to train the next generation of doctors for New Zealand. and also runs her private practice at St Marks Breast Centre, providing international gold standard breast reconstruction surgery to women with breast cancer.
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