Matshediso Kgamane

Dr. Matshediso Kgamane is a highly skilled and dedicated medical professional with an interest in
wilderness medicine. With a passion for providing comprehensive care in remote and challenging environments and a strong belief that everyone needs to know what to do in an emergency
especially in the wilderness setting where medical help is most times a few hours away she wants to equip everyone with the necessary skills to do something by teaching people wilderness first aid.
Dr. Kgamane earned her undergraduate degree in freezing Minnesota and her medical degree in the warm Caribbean Island of Saba, Netherlands Antilles. She further honed her skills around the world to become a citizen of the world. She holds post graduate certificates in Travel Medicine and Aviation Medicine and is currently finishing off a fellowship in wilderness medicine.
She spends a lot of time outdoors in the wilderness and always finds a reason to be out in nature.
Dr. Kgamane is passionate about bringing wilderness medicine where it is most needed, be it to
outdoor enthusiasts, those living in the wilderness and those working in the wilderness.
Dr. Kgamane is known for her calm and composed approach to medical emergencies, making her an
invaluable asset in critical situations. She has provided medical support for expeditions and events in austere environments and has been a key player in ensuring the safety and well-being of individuals exploring remote and challenging terrains.
Beyond her professional accomplishments, Dr. Kgamane is deeply committed to advancing the field of wilderness medicine. She actively participates and stays up to date with the latest advancements and best practices in the industry and is keen to educate others.
Dr. Matshediso Kgamane’s dedication to excellence, coupled with her unwavering commitment to
education and patient care, sets her apart as a trusted leader in the field of wilderness medicine.
Her expertise, compassion, and professionalism make her a valuable asset to any team operating in remote and austere environments.
She currently lives in Botswana.

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