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Clarke, Astley Vavasour, 1870-1945, physician

  • 1870-1945

Astley Vavasour Clarke, born 7 Feb 1870, son of Julius St Thomas Clarke and Hannah nee Vawser; educated at Oakham School, Caius College, Cambridge, Guy's Hospital (entered Apr 1892) and abroad. Awarded: BA (Cantab) 1892, MD 1898, MB BCh 1895, MRCS LRCP London 1896, MA MD (Cantab) Deputy Lieutenant, County of Leicester, 1928. Held the positions of Honorary Physician, Leicester Royal Infirmary, 1896-1930, Hon Consultant Physician, Ministry of Pensions (East Midlands Div) 1920, Member Leicester and Rutland Territorial Association since 1910. Also Deputy Chairman Leicester City Health Committee; Chairman of City General Hospital; President Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society, 1912; President Leicester Medical Society 1911; Sheriff of Rutland, 1942. Retired in 1925; Married Ethel Mary Gee of Leicester, 1899. Died 21 Feb 1945. Publications: Lyddington, Rutland. Some points in the village history (1936). Also contributed to various medical journals

Normanby College of Nursing Midwifery and Physiotherapy

  • Academic department
  • 1975-1993

In 1975 King's College Hospital School of Nursing joined other training departments to become Normanby College of Nursing Midwifery and Physiotherapy. It was named after Oswald Constantine John Phipps, 4th Marquis of Normanby (1912-1994), chairman of the KCH Board of Governors at the time. The College building was officially opened in 1975. It provided training in nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, and radiography. In 1989, Normanby College and the Bromley and Camberwell Health Authorities established the Bromley and Camberwell Department of Nursing Studies, supported by the Department of Nursing Studies, King's College, and University of London. Normanby College amalgamated with the Nightingale and Guy's School of Nursing in 1993, to form the Nightingale Institute.

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