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Surgeon

Henry Relton Mccarroll, American surgeon. award Quachita College, 1958. Served with Officers Reserve Corps, Infantry and Medicine, United States Army, 1927-1939. Received gold medal, with Doctor C. H. Crego, for exhibit on treatment congenital dislocation of hip American Academy Orthopedic Surgeons, 1939; Member American Medical Association (vice chairman orthopedic section 1952, chairman 1953.

Background

Mccarroll, Henry Relton was born on August 6, 1905 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, United States. Son of Horace Rudolph and Pearl Jane (Henry) Mccarroll.

Education

Graduate Walnut Ridge High School, 1923. Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude, Quachita College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, 1927. M.D. cum laude, Washington University, 1931.

Career

Intern in surgery Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, 1931-1932, assistant resident surgeon, 1932-1933. Assistant resident in surgery, Billings Hospital, Chicago, 1933-1934. Resident in surgery Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, St. Louis, 1934-1937.

Assistant surgeon Shriners Hospital, St. Louis, 1937-1950. With department clinical orthodpedic surgery Washington University, 1937-1972, assistant professor, 1944-1957, associate professor, 1957-1966, professor, 1966-1970, professor orthopedics, department surgery, 1970-1972, orthopedic staff Barnes, St. Luke’s, St. Louis Children’s hospitals.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Journal Experimental Medicine, Proceedings of Society for Experimental Biology and Medical, American Journal Physiology, Archives of Surgery, Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Annals of Surgery, Journal Bone and Joint Surgery (associate editor 1947-1954), Journal of American Medical Association, Journal Bone and Joint Surgery (trustee 1958-1964). Member editorial board Quarterly Review of Surgery, 1950-1972.

Politics

Every Christian should seek to bring industry, government, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and brotherly love.

Views

Church decisions should be made as openly as possible, giving opportunities for all to contribute. It is important for all views to be heard and taken seriously, especially where Christians disagree.

Membership

Served with Officers Reserve Corps, Infantry and Medicine, United States Army, 1927-1939. Received gold medal, with Doctor C. H. Crego, for exhibit on treatment congenital dislocation of hip American Academy Orthopedic Surgeons, 1939. Member American Medical Association (vice chairman orthopedic section 1952, chairman 1953.

Connections

Married Nina Elizabeth Snyder, 1934. Children: Henry Relton, Sandra Beth, David Lawrence.

father:
Horace Rudolph Mccarroll

mother:
Pearl Jane (Henry) Mccarroll

spouse:
Nina Elizabeth Snyder

child:
David Lawrence Mccarroll

child:
Sandra Beth Mccarroll

child:
Henry Relton Mccarroll