I am co-founder and chairman of COSMIC (Children of St Mary's Intensive Care) charity:

COSMIC supports the PICU at St Mary's Hospital in London by helping patients and their families, and enabling the dedicated team to treat hundreds of critically ill children each year. COSMIC helps by purchasing vital equipment, providing parent accommodation, supporting training for medical professionals, and funding internationally significant research into life-threatening childhood diseases.

On 31 August 2016, I swam the English Channel in aid of More Smiles Appeal, a £2million joint appeal between @ImperialCharity and @Cosmiccharity to help expand and improve facilities in children's services at St Mary's Hospital.

Watch the More Smiles Appeal video to find out how you could help us to care for hundreds more critically ill children.

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Trustee of COSMIC Charity

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COSMIC (Children of St Mary's Intensive Care), supports the PICU at St Mary's Hospital in London by helping patients and their families, and enabling the dedicated team to treat hundreds of critically ill children each year.

To support these children and families during the hardest of times, the COSMIC helps by purchasing vital equipment, providing parent accommodation, supporting training for medical professionals, and funding internationally significant research into life-threatening childhood diseases.

In August 2016, Dr Habibi swam the English Channel in aid of More Smiles Appeal, a £2million joint appeal between @ImperialCharity and @Cosmiccharity to help expand and improve facilities in children's services at St Mary's Hospital.

To find out more about Dr. Habibi's swim history please click here.

Watch the More Smiles Appeal video to find out how you could help us to care for hundreds more critically ill children.

My wife Beverley was a manager in the Paediatric Department at St Mary’s hospital in the late 1990s. She was the founder of COSMIC, Children of St Mary’s Intensive Care, charity. We wanted to nominate someone from our unit to carry the Olympic Torch. Anyone could be nominated to carry the torch and many people around the country nominated their favourites. Beverley chose Patrick Kane. In her nomination statement she wrote, “…he is a beacon, an inspiration, to able bodied men and women, which is why he should be chosen to carry the olympic torch…."

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