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Biographical entry Keogh, Charles Alfred ( - 1986)

MRCS and FRCS 1932; MB ChB BAO Belfast 1925.

Died
21 February 1986
Occupation
ENT surgeon

Details

Little is known about the life of Charles Alfred Keogh. He qualified in medicine from Queen's University, Belfast, the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast and St Thomas's Hospital, London. He was appointed Commander of the Royal Norwegian Order of St Olaf after his work as an ENT surgeon with the Norwegian Hospital, London in the 1940's. During the second world war he was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the London Home Guard. Later appointments followed at the Essex County Hospital, Wanstead and the Kingston Victoria Hospital.

From 1960 to 1966 he was on the Court of Examiners of the College. He also held appointments in the ENT department of the London Hospital and at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street. He contributed chapters to Diseases of the ear, nose and throat 1965 and to various other publications.

He retired to Bognor Regis and died on 21 February 1986.

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