Maddox’s Helping Hand
The Australian Centre for Complex Integrated Surgical Solutions (ACCISS), led by Dr. Michael Wagels, has been at the forefront of ground-breaking life-changing surgeries. Their expertise was instrumental in saving the hand of Maddox, a young boy whose life was forever changed thanks to Dr. Michael’s intervention.
ACCISS, established in October 2019, is dedicated to providing clinicians with access to cutting-edge technologies that enhance patient care. By harnessing technologies such as 3D printing, Computer Aided Design, and Virtual & Augmented Reality devices, ACCISS strives to revolutionize healthcare.
In 2020, the Maddox’s Helping Hand Foundation (MHHF) was founded to support ACCISS in cases where the public hospital system falls short. MHHF has organized fundraising events since May 2021, raising close to $300,000.00 to date.
Through the collaborative efforts of ACCISS and MHHF, countless patients, particularly children across Queensland, have gained access to specialized skills and advanced technologies that have significantly improved their quality of life.
By choosing MHHF as one of the designated charities for this year’s Mort & Co King of the Mountain, you contribute to their missions and enable continued support for patients in need. Together, we can make a profound impact on the lives of individuals and families facing complex medical challenges.