– Two doctors in the United States have been celebrated on social media after displaying black excellence

– The medical practitioners are siblings who recently teamed up to perform a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a patient

– The siblings have a physician father who also work in the same hospital with them

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Two black doctors in the United States, who are siblings, have continued to inspire people with their success.

Dr. Charis Chambers and her brother, Dr. Wesley C. Chambers recently partnered up in the operating room at their local hospital to perform a laparoscopic hysterectomy on a patient.

Legit.ng gathers that their father is also a doctor and they all work in the same hospital.

In a post shared on Instagram by @becauseofthem, the siblings could be seen performing the surgery on the patient.

Another picture showed their father being flanked by his children as they all smiled for the camera.

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Social media users were impressed by the success of the Chambers and took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

Brother and sister who are surgeons warm hearts after operating on a patient together

Two siblings are excelling and making the black community proud in the medical profession.
Photo credit: @becauseofthem
Source: Instagram

@keeping_the_faith commented:

“Black Excellence at its finest.”

@marlicej wrote:

“Three the hard way! Pride on a whole different level.”

@baiyifan238 reacted:

“Happy for them, but I applaud the excellence of the doctors who didn’t have that built-in mentor/resource to guide them far far more.”

@goose.1031 commented:

“Charlotte would be so proud of her children.”

In other news, Drs Cynthia and Jasmine Kudji, mother and daughter respectively, have etched their names in the books of history by becoming the first mum and daughter to graduate from medical school in the same year and be matched at the same institution.

Jasmine attended LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana while her mother Cynthia enrolled at The University of Health and Sciences on the island of St. Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean.

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The duo have shared their story and lovely photos of their big day to motivate people all over the world.

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