Lives of the fellows

Henry Stevens

b.? d.1898
MB Lond(1845) MD MRCS FRCP(1879)

Henry Stevens received his medical education at King’s College, London, graduated as M.B. in 1845, and served as a house surgeon at King’s College Hospital. In 1853 he was appointed resident physician-superintendent of St. Luke’s Hospital for the Insane, and in 1865 became a medical inspector in the Privy Council’s service, being afterwards transferred to the Local Government Board. In the latter capacity, he compiled reports on the sanitary condition of Malpas and Rochester; he also supervised the institutions at which medical students were taught vaccination. He retired in 1870.

G H Brown

[MS. Obituary, R.C.P]

(Volume IV, page 268)

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