Twin Brothers come together at the London Nightingale Hospital

Twin Assault: One brother’s a surgeon and the other’s a soldier – and now they’re both working miracles at Britain’s coronavirus hospital NHS Nightingale.

Lt Col Moxey, led a team which helped turn London’s ExCel Centre into the 4,000-bed field hospital NHS Nightingale in just 9 days.

Twin brother Paul, a highly respected vascular surgeon at the capital’s St George’s Hospital, is on call to aid the new hospital’s medical team.

Their careers have taken them in very different directions, but twin brothers Lieutenant Colonel Phill Moxey and NHS surgeon Paul Moxey have now joined forces in the fight against coronavirus.

In a huge coincidence, the two are on a joint mission to save lives at the new NHS Nightingale hospital in London.

Lt Col Moxey led a team which helped turn London’s ExCel Centre into a 4,000-bed hospital. And now his brother Paul, a highly respected vascular surgeon at the capital’s St George’s Hospital, is on call to aid the new hospital’s medical team.