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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

(1836—1917) physician


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Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836–1917)

Anderson, Elizabeth Garrett (1836-1917), physician

BOLTON, Elizabeth (1878 - 1961), Consulting Surgeon, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital

ANDERSON, Elizabeth Garrett (1836 - 1917), Mayor of Aldeburgh, 1908

HARE, Dorothy Christian (1876 - 1967), retired; late Physician, Royal Free Hospital and Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital

TURNER, Beatrice (Ethel) (1891 - 1964), Hon. Cons. Obstetric Surgeon, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital; Hon. Cons. Gynæcologist, St Mary’s Hospital, Plaistow

APPERLY, Herbert (died 1932), Consulting Dental Surgeon to The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital; Vice-President of the Gloucestershire Society in London

HOLMAN, Portia Grenfell (1903 - 1983), Senior Physician in Psychological Medicine, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital, 1954–69, retired

LANDAU, Muriel Elsie (1895 - 1972), Hon. Cons. Gynæcologist, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital, London Jewish Hospital and Marie Curie Hospital

AITKEN, Janet Kerr (1886 - 1982), retired; late Consulting Physician: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital; Princess Louise Kensington Hospital for Children; Mothers’ (Salvation Army) Hospital

BAKER, Doris Manning (died 1971), Physician Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital and South London Hospital; Physician, Arthur Stanley Institute, Middlesex Hospital, retired

DOLLAR, Jean Marguerite (1900 - 1982), retired as Surgeon Royal Eye Hospital; Ophthalmic Surgeon: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital; Royal Free Hospital; St Olave’s Hospital, Bermondsey

BAKER, Alfreda Helen (1897 - 1984), Consulting Surgeon: to Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital, 1937–68; to Hounslow Hospital, 1930–68; to Marie Curie Hospital, 1937–68

 

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(1836–1917)

British physician. Debarred from entry to medical courses because of her sex, she studied privately and in 1865 obtained a licence to practise from the Society of Apothecaries. In 1866 she opened a dispensary for women and children in London, which later became a hospital; it was renamed the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital in 1918. In 1870 she received the degree of MD from Paris University, and in 1873 she became the first woman to be elected to the BMA. Her influence was considerable in securing the admission of women to professional medical bodies.

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