Surgeon General

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Surgeon General

READE, Herbert Taylor (1828 - 1897), Surgeon-General, retired; Hon. Surgeon to the Queen

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EVANS, (Christopher) Paul (Anthony) (born 1954), Surgeon General, since 2012

RAMSAY, John (1872 - 1944), Consulting Surgeon to General Hospital, Launceston

HOME, Anthony Dickson (1826 - 1914), Surgeon-General, retired 1886

HANBURY, James Arthur (1832 - 1908), Surgeon Major-General, retired

CHRISTISON, Alexander (1828 - 1918), Surgeon-General IMS (retired)

JACKSON, Robert William (1826 - 1921), Deputy Surgeon-General retired, 1882

TEALE, Thomas Pridgin (1831 - 1923), Consulting Surgeon, General Infirmary, Leeds

LEDLIE, Reginald Cyril Bell (1898 - 1966), Consulting Surgeon; Miller General Hospital, East Ham Memorial Hospital; Consulting Surgeon Royal Marsden Hospital; Consulting Surgeon: Manor House Hospital

HUGHES, Basil (1878 - 1953), Order of St Sava, Serbia; Senior Surgeon Bradford Municipal General Hospital; Hon. Surgeon Bradford Royal Infirmary; Honorary Consulting Surgeon, Children’s Hospital, Bradford

JACKSON, Harvey (1900 - 1982), Hon. Consulting Surgeon, The National Hospital, Queen Square; Hon. Consulting Neurosurgeon, Westminster Hospital; Hon. Neurological Surgeon, St Thomas’ Hospital; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Acton General Hospital, since 1930

PIERRE, (Joseph) Henry (1904 - 1984), Consultant Surgeon, General Hospital, Port of Spain, Trinidad, WI, 1950–83; Hon. Surgeon, Caura Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Trinidad; Hon. Surgeon, Mental Hospital, Trinidad


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In the United States, the chief medical official in the US Public Health Service; the same designation applies to the chief medical officer in the armed services of the United States and several other nations that adopt the same nomenclature for medical military ranks. See http://www.surgeongeneral/gov/.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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