Born Wellington 22/11/1892 Died Auckland 5/6/1969
Educated at Wanganui Collegiate, Trinity College Cambridge, St Thomas's Hospital, London
WW1 service with the RN; brief repatriation leave to NZ before returning to England
Anaesthetist, Birmingham Hospital 1919 - 1920
Senior Anaesthetist, Birmingham Children's Hospital 1921
Visiting Anaesthetist, Wellington Hospital 1921 - 1940
(the first specialist anaesthetist in NZ)
WW2 service with NZMC 8/1940 - 8/1945, mainly in Egypt, where he was SMO Maadi Camp
Director of Anaesthesia, Auckland Hospital Board 1946 - 31/12/1957.
Involved with the setting up of the Greenlane Hospital Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit.
First President NZ Society of Anaesthetists 1948 - 1953
photograph courtesy War History collection, Alexander Turnbull Library
Obituary: NZMJ 1969 70:128