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Don named President of popular Bath medical engineering charity

Don Foster, MP for Bath, has been confirmed as the new President at the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering (BIME).

A long term supporter of the charity’s groundbreaking work, Don was delighted to accept the offer from BIME Chairman, Dr. Patrick Magee.

Based at the Royal United Hospital Bath, BIME is an independent charity working to improve the quality of life of children and adults with disabilities and healthcare problems through the use of technology.

As a former science teacher, Don has taken a keen interest in BIME’s projects and most recently has backed Wizzybugs - a vehicle to assist children with limited mobility - and BIME’s Day Clock, which helps to combat time orientation problems amongst people with dementia.

Don with Tony Husbands and Dr Nigel Harris of BIME

Don with Tony Husband and Dr Nigel Harris of BIME

Commenting, Don Foster, said:

“It is an absolute privilege to be named President at BIME, I have always admired the great work BIME undertake to assist people with disabilities and healthcare problems around the country.

“The Bath based team continually demonstrate how technology and innovation can benefit people in so many different ways and it is with great pride that I accept this role”

Dr Nigel Harris, Director of BIME said:

“Don has been a great supporter of the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering for several years and we are delighted that Don has now agreed to become our President.

“He follows a long line of past Presidents including Sir Barnes Wallace and Sir Roger Bannister”

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