Stoke Rochford golf course is sanctuary for Peterborough City Hospital consultant
A golf course has become a crucial sanctuary from the stress of the coronavirus pandemic for a frontline doctor.
Since golf clubs reopened in May, Dr David Bailey, a consultant histopathologist at Peterborough City Hospital, has come to depend on the sport to escape and recharge.
David’s normal role is to examine tissue and cells under a microscope to diagnose diseases and help clinicians manage a patient’s care.
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