Qualified Doctor and Wales legend Jamie Roberts has made a stunning gesture to NHS staff in Cardiff.
He owns a two-bed flat in Pontcanna, Cardiff which is currently not occupied and has offered the property to NHS staff who may need to use it.
The flat is just a short drive away from the University Hospital of Wales, one of the largest and busiest hospitals in Wales.
@CV_UHB Have a 2 bed flat free in Pontcanna for next three weeks if needed by any of your staff. Get in touch 👍🏼— Jamie Roberts (@Jamiehuwroberts) March 19, 2020
“I’ve had a few AirBnB cancellations and the flat is free for the next three weeks,” Roberts told WalesOnline.
“I understand some frontline NHS staff need to self-isolate between work and their families.
“So instead of the flat staying empty, if it can help any of the staff achieve this in any way and make things easier, then I would love to help.”
Seven Rugby stars who are qualified doctors
1. Jannie du Plessis
He studied medicine at the University of the Free State and became a qualified doctor, making him one of the few players in the professional era of rugby union to have a career outside of the sport while playing professionally.
2. Jamie Roberts
Wales and British and Irish Lions star Jamie Roberts graduated from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine as a Doctor in 2013. Following the 2015 Rugby World Cup, he began studying towards a masters at Cambridge University.