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Biographical entry Whitehouse, John (1858 - 1893)

MRCS July 22nd 1879; FRCS Dec 13th 1883; LRCP Edin 1880.

Born
1858
Died
7 November 1893
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Studied at Queen's College, Birmingham, and at Queen's University, Ireland, gaining prizes and honours in anatomy, physiology, and forensic medicine. Having qualified, he served as House Surgeon at Queen's Hospital, Birmingham, at St Peter's Hospital for Stone, London, and then at Sunderland Infirmary. He entered into partnership with William Haygarth Maling, MRCS, and practised at 48 John Street, Sunderland, until his early death on Nov 7th, 1893. At the time he was Secretary of the Sunderland and North Durham Medical Society, a Member of the British Medical Association and of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Clinical Society.

Publications:
Whitehouse contributed papers on surgical cases to the Transactions of the Sunderland Society and "Reports of Cases from 1885-1887" to the Brit Med Jour.

The Royal College of Surgeons of England