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CRAWFORD, (Ian) Patrick (1933 - 2009), Commandant and Postgraduate Dean, Royal Army Medical College, Millbank, 1989–93

KERR, Caroline (born 1962), Media Consultant and Company Secretary, Millbank Media, since 2006; Independent Editorial Adviser, BBC Trust, since 2007

COTTON, Michael James (1920 - 1981), Deputy Chairman, International Military Services Ltd (formerly Millbank Technical Services Ltd), since 1974 (Chief Executive, 1974–80)

EVERIDGE, John (died 1955), Consulting Urological Surgeon, King’s College Hospital; Consulting Urologist, Queen Alexandra Military Hospital, Millbank; Consulting Urologist to several Ministry of Health Hospitals; Fellow of King’s College, London

ENGLISH, Crisp (died 1949), Consulting Surgeon St George’s Hospital, Queen Alexandra Military Hospital, Millbank, Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, King Edward VIIth’s Hospital for Officers; Hon. Consulting Surgeon Royal National Orthopædic Hospital

GOOD, Anthony Bruton Meyrick (born 1933), Group Chairman: Cox & Kings (UK) Ltd (formerly Cox and Kings (India) Ltd, later Cox & Kings Ltd), since 1975 (Director, since 1971); Flagship Group Ltd (formerly Millbank), 1994–2011

DAVIS, Edward David Darelan (1880 - 1976), retired as Consultant Surgeon and Lecturer, Nose, Throat, and Ear Department, Charing Cross Hospital; Surgeon EMS; Consultant Surgeon: Military Hospital, Millbank; Royal Dental Hospital; Metropolitan Ear, Nose, & Throat Hospital; Curator Ferens Institute, Middlesex Hospital

TIDY, Henry Letheby (1877 - 1960), Extra Physician to the Queen since 1952 (formerly to King George VI); Consulting Physician to the Royal Military Hospital, Millbank, and to St Thomas’s Hospital; Maj.-Gen. AMS; Examiner in Medicine, Universities of Glasgow, Manchester, Belfast, Newcastle; Former Censor, Royal College of Physicians

ROMER, Frank (1871 - 1939), Commander, St John of Jerusalem; formerly in charge of Mechano-Therapeutic Departments at Croydon, Millbank, Aldershot; Edmonton Military Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Jockey Club; Consulting Surgeon National Hunt; temporary Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC, 1915; Hon. Surgeon, Royal Academy of Music; Hon. Surgeon, Booksellers Benevolent Society

KETTLE, Edgar Hartley (1882 - 1936), Professor of Pathology, University of London; Director Department of Pathology, British Postgraduate Medical School since 1934; Consulting Pathologist, St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Queen Alexandra Military Hospital, Millbank; Examiner in Pathology, Universities of London, Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow, Bristol, and Wales

BARKER, Arthur Edward James (died 1916), Professor of Surgery, University College, since 1893; Surgeon, University College Hospital, London, since 1885; Consulting Surgeon to the Queen Alexandra Military Hospital, Millbank, SW; Consulting Surgeon to Osborne Convalescent Home for Officers RN and Army; Lieutenant-Colonel, RAMC; Consulting Surgeon to the Southern Command

KNOX, Robert (died 1928), late Honorary Radiologist, King’s College Hospital; Director, Electrical and Radiotherapeutic Department, Cancer Hospital (Free), Fulham Road, SW; Consulting Radiologist, Great Northern Central Hospital; Consulting Radiologist, Chelsea Hospital for Women; Honorary Consulting Radiologist, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Millbank; Honorary Radiologist, Royal Sea-bathing Hospital

CLARKSON, Patrick Wensley (1911 - 1969), Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Roehampton Plastic Centre (Westminster Hospital Group); Surgeon in charge of the Accident and Emergency Service, Emeritus Plastic Surgeon to the Accident Service, and in charge of Children’s Burns Unit and of the Hand Clinic, Guy’s Hospital; Hon. Civil Consultant Plastic Surgeon: Queen Alexandra Hospital, Millbank; Cambridge Military Hospital; President, Plastic Section of the RSM

 
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A building on the embankment of the north side of the River Thames in Westminster, London, which since 1980 has been the headquarters of the British Labour Party, and which is particularly associated with the centralized control seen as typifying New Labour.


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