In 1785, Sir William Blizard established England’s first medical school, The London Hospital Medical College, to improve the health of east London’s inhabitants. Together with St Bartholomew’s Medical College, founded by John Abernethy in 1843 to help those living in the City of London, these two historic institutions are the bedrock of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary’s faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.
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View registers of medical students at St Bartholomew's Hospital (1906-1934)
Explore the journal documenting the student life and experience from 1893 onwards