Oakden, William Marshall

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Oakden, William Marshall

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Born at Sherwood. Educated at Retford and Nottingham. Studied natural sciences at Peterhouse, Cambridge 1906-1909, and medicine at St Thomas's Hospital. Casualty officer, house surgeon, resident anaesthetist and clinical assistant in the Ear Department at St Thomas's Hospital.

Resident assistant surgeon 1915, surgical registrar 1916 at St George's Hospital.

Surgical specialist at Salonika during WWI as Major RAMC. Appointed orthopaedic surgeon at Springfield Park Ministry of Pensions Hospital, Liverpool in 1919; senior assistant surgeon at Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton in 1920; medical superintendent Metropolitan Asylums Board of St Luke's Hospital, Lowestoft, for the treatment of surgical tuberculosis in 1922.

He died unmarried at St Luke's Hospital on August 12th, 1928.


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