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ACMA is made up of groups located at universities, Health Boards and
deaneries across the UK.


The national team (ACMA UK) co-ordinate and support these groups. Each ACMA group is affiliated to the ACMA UK charity and are responsible for activities at the local level whilst keeping the overarching aims of the wider ACMA UK organisation.

Meet the team.

Board of Trustees.

Dr. Emezie Okorocha.


Emezie is a Foundation Year 2 Doctor, currently working in Southampton. She holds a BSc in Biomedical Science, gained prior to studying medicine in Cardiff.


Her portfolio reflects her interest in a surgical career as well as a desire to create a wider [doctors] network geared towards advocacy and professional development. She founded the ACMA Southern Network, has presented at various national and international conferences, and led teaching series for medical students.


Emezie has experience working in Maxillofacial, Plastic and Cardiothoracic surgery, as well as for Public Health England.

Natasha Chilambo.


Natasha is a Year 4 medical student and Undergraduate Research Fellow at King’s College London.


She holds an MSc in Leadership & Development from the African Leadership Centre. Natasha is interested in the intersection between policy and practice and campaigns for structural equity within medical education.


She hopes to shift medical discourse through embracing the social sciences, and taking advantage of the richness of opportunity for social transformation intrinsic to the patient-doctor encounter.

Dr. Shafqat Bachelor.


Shafqat is an Academic Foundation Year 2 doctor, currently training in Wales.


She has a special interest in Women's Health, having previously presented topics in the field of obstetrics at both national and international conferences. Prior to reading medicine at Cardiff University, Shafqat completed a degree in English and Related Literature at the University of York.


She continues to utilise these skills, combining her love of healthcare with a desire for clear, concise communication.


Dr. Afua Amoah-Arko FY2 - A&E, King's College Hospital

Dr. Emezie Okorocha FY2 - University Hospital Southampton

Ms Natasha Chilambo Year 4 Medical Student - Kings College London

Dr. Omomele Ebhogiaye FY2 - Queen Alexandra Hospital

Dr. Shafqat Batchelor Acedemic FY2 - Doctor, Wales

Dr. Zara Taylor F1 Acute - Assesment Unit, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Dr. Beatrice Ogunkoya FY1- Medicine for Older People

Dr. Rena Gwasaze F1 - King’s College Hospital

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