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Orthopaedic surgeon

Robert Campbell Thompson, American Orthopaedic surgeon. Achievements include patent for hearing testing machine. M C. Lieutenant commander United States Public Health Service, 1966-1968. Member Maryland. Orthopaedic Association, Flying Physicians Association (board directors since 1992), Association Computing Machinery.

Background

Thompson, Robert Campbell was born on March 23, 1938 in New York City. Son of Theodore Campbell and Cornelia (Tomlin) Thompson.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, California Institute Technology, 1960; Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1964.

Career

Intern, resident, Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, 1965-1966; resident and fellow in orthopaedic surgery, John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1968-1972; assistant professor orthopaedic surgery and nuclear medicine, Johns Hopkins University School Medicine, Baltimore, 1972-1974; attending orthopaedic surgeon, Memorial Hospital, Easton, Maryland., since 1974. Member Governor's Commision on Arthritis and Related Diseases, State Maryland, 1986-1992. Commercial pilot and flight instructor.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent for hearing testing machine. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Lieutenant commander United States Public Health Service, 1966-1968. Member Maryland. Orthopaedic Association, Flying Physicians Association (board directors since 1992), Association Computing Machinery.

Connections

Married Patricia Ann Hadley, November 10, 1962. Children: Suzanne Campbell, Brett Nicole.

father:
Theodore Campbell Thompson

mother:
Cornelia (Tomlin) Thompson

spouse:
Patricia Ann Hadley

children:
Suzanne Campbell Thompson

Brett Nicole Thompson