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Biographical entry Page, Harry Marmaduke (1860 - 1942)

MRCS 27 January 1885; FRCS 9 December 1886; LRCP 1885; MD Bruxelles 1890.

Born
30 June 1860
Died
2 June 1942
London
Occupation
Anaesthetist

Details

Born 30 June 1860, the second son of William Emanuel Page, MD, FRCP, and his wife, a daughter of Robert Keate, PRCS 1831 and 1839. W E Page, who had been a Faculty Student of Christ Church, Oxford, was physician to St George's Hospital and died on 2 January 1868, aged 59.

H M Page was educated at Charterhouse (Verities, Gownboys, Girdlestoneites) 1872-76 and at St George's, where he served as house surgeon, 1885, and obstetric assistant 1887. As a student he played Rugby football for St George's and for the United Hospitals in 1882. After serving as registrar at the Lock Hospital, he was for a time resident medical officer at the Atkinson Morley Convalescent Hospital at Wimbledon. He then specialized in anaesthetics and became anaesthetist to Guy's Hospital and Dental School, to the Belgrave Hospital for Children, and to the King George V and other Red Cross Hospitals, and consulting anaesthetist to the West London Hospital. He practised at first at 26 Ashley Gardens, SW, then at 53 Welbeck Street, and finally at 65 Blandford Street, W. He was a vice-president of the West London Medico-chirurgical Society.

Page died at 5 Hurlingham Court, Fulham on 2 June 1942, aged 81.

Sources used to compile this entry: [The Times, 5 June 1942, p 7e; Brit med J 1942, 1, 775].

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