Lives of the fellows

Angus Cameron Macdonald Windsor

b.2 March 1937 d.2007
MB BCh Wales(1961) MRCP Glasg(1966) MRCP(1967) FRCP Glasg(1981) FRCP(1994)

Angus Cameron Macdonald Windsor was a consultant physician in geriatric medicine in Bristol. He was born in Cardiff, Wales, the son of William Edgar Windsor, a storekeeper and former soldier, and Flora Catherine Windsor née Macdonald. His brother also became a doctor and gained his MRCP. Windsor was educated at Cardiff High School and then went on to study medicine at the Welsh National School of Medicine, qualifying MB BCh in 1961.

He was then a house surgeon at Cardiff Royal Infirmary and a house physician at Morriston Hospital. He held senior house physician posts at Morriston and then Sully Hospital. In 1964 he trained as a general practitioner in Newport. A year later, he became a registrar at Clatterbridge Hospital. In 1967 he was a registrar in Oxford and in 1968 a senior registrar at University College Hospital.

In 1970 he was appointed as a consultant geriatrician in Bath, and in 1971 he became a consultant geriatrician at Manor Park Hospital, Bristol General Hospital and Bristol Royal Infirmary.

In 1962 he married Patricia Anne Dewstone, who was also a physician. They had two sons, one of whom became an anaesthetist.

RCP editor

(Volume XII, page web)

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