- Two doctors in the United States have been celebrated on social media after displaying black excellence
- The medical practitioners are siblings who recently teamed up to perform a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a patient
- The siblings have a physician father who also works in the same hospital with them
Two black doctors in the United States, who are siblings, have continued to inspire people with their success.
Dr. Charis Chambers and her brother, Dr. Wesley C. Chambers recently partnered up in the operating room at their local hospital to perform a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a patient.
Legit.ng gathers that their father is also a doctor and they all work in the same hospital.
In a post shared on Instagram by @becauseofthem, the siblings could be seen performing the surgery on the patient.
Another picture showed their father being flanked by his children as they all smiled for the camera.
Social media users were impressed by the success of the Chambers and took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
"Black Excellence at its finest."
"Three the hard way! Pride on a whole different level."
"Happy for them, but I applaud the excellence of the doctors who didn't have that built-in mentor/resource to guide them far far more."
"Charlotte would be so proud of her children."
In other news about people in the medical profession, Briefly.co.za reported that Ifeyinwa Ezeudu shared a very inspiring story that has many talking online after she shared her success story.
She said when she was 14 years old, a family member asked her what she would like to become, she replied “pharmacist and a medical doctor”.
The person discouraged her, saying such professions are not meant for the Nigerian girl child. Ifeyinwa said those words challenged her as she promised herself to achieve her dream no matter what.
After bagging a diploma in science laboratory technology, the Nigerian lady proceeded to study pharmacy, a course she excelled at, graduating as one of the best students in her class.
Not satisfied with just a degree in pharmacy, she went ahead with a strong determination to read medicine. In 2020, she became a medical doctor with many awards.
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