Chris Hinton to Kyrgyzstan (July 2019)
Will & Daisy Taylor to Gambia (July 2019)
Nathan Lawrence to Madagascar (September 2019)
Katy Linley from Madagascar (July 2019)
Sarah Parry from Cambodia (July 2019)
Karen Michell (July 2019)
Nicholas Jackson (October 2019)
Alison Jackson (October 2019)
Dr John Geater MBE (q 1967, Birmingham)
John served most of his working life as a GP in Hastings, but God had laid a wider world on his heart. Medicine, a profession that had once been an expression of the love of God, but which was now arid and secular. But all wisdom and knowledge were supposed to belong to God, so John was determined to win the knowledge and wisdom of the medical professions back for the kingdom of God. Starting with four friends in a pub garden, over 25 years he built up a ministry bringing a whole person, Christian values-based approach to the teaching of medicine. This is now practised in more than 60 countries. This ministry is now known as PRIME [see page 3].
Renowned for his tangential thinking, passionate communication, deep love of the Lord Jesus and mischievous sense of humour, John was a role model and inspiration to many. He went home to be with the Lord in September.
Dr David Hill (q 1959)
Dr Norah Campbell (q 1959, Oxford)
Mr Theodore Welch FRCS (q 1958, UCL)
Dr Andrew Williamson (q 1951, Edinburgh)
Dr Bruce Macartney (q 1952, Bart's & The London)
Philippa Taylor, CMF Head of Public Policy for the last nine years left in September to head up the CARE Interns Programme.
Lavinia Miries has been working as CMF Global Coordinator and supporting John Greenall with Volunteer department administration for several months. She will be doing some part-time work for membership services and communications for the next few months. She is looking to return to medicine.
Rindai Sithole joined as the Graduates Coordinator in August.
Jennie Pollock joined at the start of October as Associate Head of Public Policy.
Liz Flores Silva joined in October as the CMF Global Co-ordinator.