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Surgeon

Lloyd Griffith Lewis, American surgeon. Served as major to colonel, medical corps United States Army, 1942-1946; Member of America Medical Association, American Urological Association (chairman committee visual education).

Background

Lewis, Lloyd Griffith was born on November 10, 1902 in Remsen, New York, United States. Son of John Griffith and Nettie (Griffith) Lewis.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hamilton College, 1924. Doctor of Medicine Johns Hopkins, 1928. M Lois Falconer, August 16, 1930 (div.

February 3, 1959); 1 son, John Richard.

Career

Intern, assistant research, resident urology Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1928-1933. Instructor, assistant, associate professor Johns Hopkins, 1930-1946. Associate professor urology medical school Georgetown University, 1946-1948, professor urology, 1948-1953, professor clinical urology, 1953.

Staff Doctors Hospital, Georgetown University Hospital. Consultant urology Walter Reed Army Hospital, National Institute Health, Bolling Field United States Air Force Hospital.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor medical journals.

Membership

Served as major to colonel, medical corps United States Army, 1942-1946. Member of America Medical Association, American Urological Association (chairman committee visual education).

Connections

Married second, Frances Carter Frick, February 14, 1959.

father:
John Griffith Lewis

mother:
Nettie (Griffith) Lewis

spouse:
Frances Carter Frick