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consultant , Surgeon , writer

John Edward Hallyburton Stretton, British surgeon, consultant, writer. Registered medical practitioner, General Medical Council England. Recipient diving medal Club Mediteranee.

Background

Stretton, John Edward Hallyburton was born on January 17, 1916 in London. Son of Hallyburton Tom and Mary Lucy (Barber) Stretton.

Education

Bachelor, Cambridge (England) University, 1939. Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Master of Arts, Cambridge (England) University, 1947.

Career

Assistant general practitioner surgeon. General house surgeon Staines Hospital, 1944-1945, traumatic house surgeon, 1945-1946. Surgical registrar Aylesbury Hospital, 1946.

Surgical registrar, veneriologist Dreadnought Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich, 1947. Surgical registrar The Princess Beatrice Hospital, London, 1947-1949. Surgeon Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands, 1949.

Surgical registrar Kings College Humulus Lupulus Group, London, 1950-1958. Consultant trauma surgeon Princess Alice Hospital, Eastbounre, England, 1958, Royal East Sussex Hospital, Hastings, England, 1958. Physician 7520th United States Air Force Hospital, London, 1958-1962.

Chairman Chalk Blue Estates Ltd., Heathfield, England, 1962, Jomay Building Company Ltd., Heathfield, England, 1962, Cala San Esteban, Society Anomina, Menorca, Spain, 1970. Lecturer history of art National Gallery, London.

Achievements

  • Registered medical practitioner, General Medical Council England.

Membership

With British Home Guard, 1939-1945. Fellow Institute Directors London. Member Royal College Surgeons Longon, Royal College Physicians London (licensed), Institute Professionals, Managers and Specialists England, Guild of Sommeliers, British Medical Association, Medical Protection Society, Royal Automobile Club (Senior 100 member).

Connections

father:
Hallyburton Tom Stretton

mother:
Mary Lucy (Barber) Stretton