Benevolent fund looks to expand profile

The Royal Medical Benevolent Fund (RMBF) charity is looking to expand its reach within the medical profession.

It’s carrying out a national survey to find out how well known it is in the medical profession and what it can do to reach more doctors.

The RMBF aims to support medical professionals who are in financial hardship. 

This could be help to return to work after an accident, illness or other crisis or to retain independence and self-sufficiency where employment is no longer feasible.

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