Lives of the fellows

Clarence Montague Miller

b.7 July 1915 d.4 September 2014
MRCS LRCP(1938) MB BS Lond(1938) MRCP(1942) MD(1943) FRCP(1969)

Clarence Montague Miller was a consultant physician at Sefton General Hospital, Liverpool. He was born in Leeds, the son of Wolfe Miller, a company director, and Mary Miller née Sinson, the daughter of a clergyman. He was educated at Hailey School, Bournemouth, and Hymers College, Hull. He went on to study medicine at Leeds University, qualifying in 1938.

He was a house physician at the Royal Infirmary, Bradford, and then worked in the Emergency Medical Service as an assistant medical officer at Middleton Hospital.

From 1941 to 1946 he served in the medical branch of the RAF, in the UK and Far East, as a clinical pathologist and medical specialist.

Following his demobilisation, he was a medical registrar at Sefton General Hospital. In September 1947 he was appointed as a consultant physician at Sefton and at Crofton Hospital. He was also chairman of the medical division at Sefton General Hospital and of the medical board. He was a member of Liverpool Medical Institute.

Outside medicine he enjoyed music and golf.

In 1945 he married Phyllis May Carter, the daughter of a company director. They had a son and a daughter.

RCP editor

(Volume XII, page web)

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