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Biographical entry Hall, Dorothy Winifred (1896 - 1958)

MRCS and FRCS 5 December 1928; MB BCh Liverpool 1919; FRCS Ed 1925.

Born
3 September 1896
Died
17 February 1958
London
Occupation
ENT surgeon

Details

Born 3 September 1896 only child of Matthew Henry Hall, a professor of music, and Sarah Parry his wife, she was educated at Aigburth Vale High School, Liverpool, and the University of Liverpool, where she was Holt Fellow in physiology for 1919-1920. She took postgraduate courses at St Mary's Hospital, London, and was registrar and first assistant at the Central London Nose and Throat Hospital. She was appointed ear nose and throat surgeon to the Mildmay Mission Hospital, Shoreditch and the Western Hospital, Fulham. Subsequently she held similar posts at the Elizabeth Garratt Anderson Hospital, the Eastern Hospital, Homerton, St Ann's Hospital, Tottenham, and Clare Hall Hospital, South Mimms. She was a member of the Medical Women's Federation. Miss Hall practised at 101 Harley Street, and lived at Woodhill near Hatfield, Hertfordshire. She died in the Royal Free Hospital on 17 February 1958 aged 61.

Sources used to compile this entry: [The Times 20 February 1958 without memoir; information from Anderson-Davis and Metcalfe, solicitors, St Albans].

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