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CHANDLER, Frederick George (died 1942), Physician. St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Senior Physician, The London Chest Hospital, Victoria Park; Consultant, King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst; Consulting Physician for Diseases of the Chest, Tropical Disease Hospital; Examiner in Medicine, Oxford University

SCOTT, (Henry) Harold (1874 - 1956), late Member of Board of Directors of Chest Hospitals of London; Consultant Physician William Julien Courtauld Hospital; late Pres. Roy. Soc. of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

WOOD, Franklin Garrett (died 1978), Hon. Consulting Radiologist to: Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, German Hospital, London, and Black Notley Hospital; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine

SMITH, Kenneth Shirley (1900 - 1987), Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC 1942; Hon. Physician and Cardiologist, Charing Cross Hospital and to the London Chest Hospital; formerly: Chief Medical Officer Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance Society; Consulting Physician, Samaritan Free Hospital for Women; Staff Examiner in Medicine, University of London; Examiner in Medicine, Conjoint Board

EDWARDS, Arthur Tudor (died 1946), Surgeon-in-Charge, Department of Thoracic Surgery, London Hospital; Surgeon, Brompton Hospital for Diseases of the Chest; Consultant Adviser to Minister of Health for Chest Casualties; Civilian Consultant in Chest Surgery to Royal Air Force; Hon. Consulting Thoracic Surgeon to the Army; Consulting Surgeon, King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst; Consulting Thoracic Surgeon, LCC and Mount Vernon Hospitals; Examiner in Surgery, University of Cambridge; Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and of the Association of Surgeons; President, Society of Thoracic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland; Hon. Fellow, American Association of Thoracic Surgeons; Corresponding Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine; Fellow (Foreign), Belgian Society of Surgery; Hon. MD Grenoble

CHAPLIN, (T. H.) Arnold (1864 - 1944), Consulting Physician, London Chest Hospital; late Medical Inspector, P. & O., British India, and New Zealand Shipping Companies; Fitzpatrick Lecturer at the Royal College of Physicians on the History of Medicine, 1917 and 1918; Harveian Librarian since 1918, Royal College of Physicians, Harveian Orator Royal College of Physicians, London, 1922; President, Section for History of Medicine, Royal Society of Medicine, 1923–24; Chairman, Board of Trade Committee for the revision of the Scales of Drugs on board ship; President, Section History of Medicine, BMA Meeting at Oxford, 1936

KILPATRICK, (George) Stewart (1925 - 2013), David Davies Chair of Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases and Head of Department, 1968–92, Vice-Provost, 1987–90, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff; Senior Hon. Consultant Physician to South Glamorgan Health Authority, 1963–90

HARRIS, Kenneth Edwin (1900 - 1981), Senior Physician and Cardiologist, University College Hospital; Consulting Physician to the Republic of the Sudan in London; Consulting Physician Royal Chest Hospital; Senior Censor, Royal College of Physicians; Examiner in Medicine Universities of Cambridge, London and Bristol, and Conjoint Examining Board of England

CHURCH, William Selby (1837 - 1928), late President Royal Society of Medicine; President Royal College of Physicians, 1899–1905; Consulting Physician St Bartholomew’s Hospital, the City of London Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, and the Royal General Dispensary; Hon. Fellow University College, Oxford; JP Herts

LESLIE, Robert Murray (1866 - 1921), Senior Physician, Prince of Wales General Hospital; Physician, Royal Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, London; Civil Physician, Bermondsey Military Hospital; Lecturer on Medicine, NE London Post-Graduate College; Deputy Chairman and Examiner, Incorporated Institute of Hygiene; Chairman of Council, Women’s Imperial Health Association of Great Britain

ORENSTEIN, Alexander Jeremiah (1879 - 1972), late Director of Pneumoconiosis Research, South African Council of Scientific and Industrial Research; Hon. Fellow: Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; Institute of Water Pollution Control; RSocMed; Emeritus Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians; Fellow, American Public Health Association; Hon. Member, South African Institute of Mechanical Engineers, 1967; Chevalier Ordre de la Couronne, Belgium; Medical Consultant, Rand Mines Ltd; Gold Medallist, Medical Association of South Africa (BMA); Gold Medal: Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; Mine Medical Officers, 1968; Bernard Nocht Medal (for services to tropical medicine) 1965

WETHERED, Frank Joseph (1860 - 1928), Consulting Physician to Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of Chest, Brompton, and to the National Hospital for Consumption, Ventnor; Consulting Physician, Royal Cornwall Infirmary, Truro; late Physician to Middlesex Hospital; Consulting Physician to St Saviour’s Hospital; late Physician to the Equity and Law Life Assurance Society; Examiner in Medicine, Royal College of Physicians; Captain RAMC (TF), 3rd London General Hospital

GULLAND, George Lovell (1862 - 1941), Emeritus (retired, 1928) Professor of Medicine, Edinburgh University, 1915–28; Consulting Physician to the Royal Infirmary, 1911–27, retired, 1928; Physician to the Victoria Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest since 1896; Consulting Physician to Chalmers Hospital; Principal Medical Officer to the Scottish Widows’ Fund, 1911–28; past President Royal College of Physicians at Edinburgh; Major late RAMC (T); sometime Colonel, AMS

PRICE THOMAS, Clement (1893 - 1973), Honorary Consulting Surgeon to Westminster Hospital; Joint-Lecturer in Surgery at Westminster Hospital Medical School; Hon. Consulting Surgeon to Brompton Hospital for Diseases of the Chest; Consulting Surgeon to King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst; Civilian Consultant in Thoracic Surgery, RAF, to Army, 1946–63; Adviser for Thoracic Surgery to Ministry of Health, 1946–63; President Welsh National School of Medicine, 1958–70; President Medical Protection Society

 

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