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Canadian Army Medical Corps

GOLDSMITH, Perry Gladstone (1874 - 1951), late Canadian Army Medical Corps

TEMPLETON, Charles Perry (1884 - 1929), Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps

KIDD, John Franklin (died 1933), Canadian Army Medical Corps (retired)

BELL, Frederick Charles (1883 - 1971), retired; late Canadian Army Medical Corps

CAMPBELL, Spurgeon (1870 - 1935), late Canadian Army Medical Corps

Taking Credit: The Canadian Army Medical Corps and the British Conversion to Blood Transfusion in WWI

BRIDGES, James Whiteside (1863 - 1930), Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps; Director-General of the Canadian Medical Services, 1921–27; late Assistant Director Medical Services, 4th Divisional Area, Montreal, Canada

STARR, Clarence L. (1868 - 1928), Professor of Surgery, University of Toronto; Surgeon-in-Chief, Toronto General Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; Lieutenant-Colonel, Canadian Army Medical Corps; Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon, Canadian Army Medical Corps in Canada

BRODIE, Thomas Gregor (1866 - 1916), Professor of Physiology, Toronto University, since 1908; Captain, Canadian Army Medical Corps, No 4 Canadian General Hospital

McPHERSON, David William (1869 - 1923), Canadian Army Medical Corps; Officer commanding Ontario Military Hospital, 1916

FOTHERINGHAM, John Taylor (1860 - 1940), Member of the Senate, Univ. of Toronto; Maj.-Gen. Canadian Militia; Maj.-Gen. CEF; ADMS 2nd Canadian Division, BEF; later, Director-General, Canadian Army Medical Service; Hon. Colonel, Canadian Army Med. Corps, 1924

HUTCHESON, Bellenden Seymour (1883 - 1954), late Canadian Army Medical Corps; engaged in the practice of medicine in Cairo, Illinois, USA; Member of Staff of St Mary’s Hospital, Cairo; Acting Asst Surgeon US Public Health Service; Member American Medical Association and Illinois State Medical Society

GRAHAM-STEWART, Alexander (1879 - 1944), Medical Officer in charge of Details, Regent’s Park Barracks, since 1939; late Physician to Lawn House, Convent of the Daughters of the Cross; Orphan Working School, Margate; Medical Officer to Wellington House, Westgate-on-Sea; late Medical Officer in Charge, British Red Cross, Wanstead Auxiliary Military Hospital, Margate, etc.; Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps; Medical Referee to Royal Insurance Company; Scottish Provident Institution; and Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, etc.; late Lecturer in Cardio-pathology, Military Hospital, Maghull

 

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Although, strictly speaking, the history of the camc spans the period 1904–59, medical units—field ambulances and stretcher-bearer companies—had been active since the mid-19th century. In addition, many individuals served as ...

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