In 2018, Rhona visited the refugee camp in Moira, Greece, with Health Point Foundation (HPF), which delivers badly needed medical care to people fleeing war. Rhona was part of an international team of volunteer dentists to staff mobile clinics at the camp, which is home to almost 20,000 migrants from the Middle East, Africa and beyond.
Following her work at Moira, Rhona was invited to become a global ambassador for HPF and now works to promote the foundation’s work. Rhona’s work with HPF is part of a commitment to charitable and good causes with a reach far beyond dentistry. She is a fundraiser and supporter of Wells on Wheels which works to ease the burden of women collecting and carrying water in India.
She has also spent a night sleeping rough in central London to raise money for the Glass Door homelessness charity. Rhona is a fierce advocate for women in dentistry who often uses her media profile to highlight issues facing women in the industry.