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Surgeon

Milton Theodore Macdonald, American surgeon. Served to major, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Diplomate American Board Surgery.; American College of Surgeons fellow, International Academy Proctology; member of the American Medical Association, New England Surgical Society.

Background

Macdonald, Milton Theodore was born on June 24, 1905 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Murdock and Fannie (MacLeod) Macdonald.

Education

Doctor of Medicine Yale, 1930.

Career

Intern, St. Lukes Hospital, New Bedford, 1930-1931. Resident Kings County Hospital-Long Island College, 1935-1936. Private practice medicine specializing in surgery.

Member of staff, surgeon-in-chief, president medical staff, chairman blood bank St. Luke’s Hospital, New Bedford. Surgical consultant Tobey Hospital, Wareham, Massachusetts, St. Luke’s Hospital, Middleboro, Massachusetts Active American Cancer Society, 1952-1956.

Membership

Served to major, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Diplomate American Board Surgery. American College of Surgeons fellow, International Academy Proctology.

Member of the American Medical Association, New England Surgical Society.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Lydia Haskins, June 24, 1938. Children-Milton Murdock, Donald Duncan, Betsey Douglas (Mistress.

father:
Murdock Macdonald.

mother:
Fannie (MacLeod) Macdonald.

spouse:
Elizabeth Lydia Haskins

child:
Milton Murdock Macdonald

child:
Donald Duncan Macdonald

child:
Betsey Douglas (Mrs Macdonald