Shared by Wasantha Gunasekera through Ariya
Introduced by Queensland Ambulance Service Medical Director Dr Stephen Rashford
When medical student Dinesh Palipana was left a quadriplegic after a horrific car accident, he was told he would never become a doctor.
Unable to feel anything in his arms and legs, he knew as a third year medical student that his spine had been damaged and his life had changed forever.
Not even his best friends thought he would be able to finish medical school.
Eight years later, he’s one of the top young medicos working in busy Gold Coast University Hospital.