From the internet: He was educated at Rugby and Oriel College, Oxford, completing his medical studies at Guy?s Hospital, whence he qualified in 1932.
He became resident surgical officer at Ancoat?s Hospital, Manchester, but after taking his Fellowship in 1937 was appointed to the staff of the Royal Surrey County Hospital and St Luke's Hospital at Guildford. He was also a visiting surgeon at Surbiton Hospital, where he carried out most of the emergency surgery. During the war of 1939-45 he served as a surgical specialist with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.
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