Jerwood Medical Centre

Jerwood Medical Centre Jerwood Medical Centre

Erection date: 20/3/2002


The Jerwood Medical Education Centre
Opened by HRH, the Prince of Wales, 20 March 2002.
Royal College of Physicians of London

The content of this plaque is rather dull but we love the quality brickwork.

Site: Jerwood Medical Centre (1 memorial)

NW1, Peto Place, Jerwood Medical Centre

Charles didn't have far to come to open this building - The Prince's Trust is just round the corner in Park Square East.

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Jerwood Medical Centre

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Jerwood Medical Education Centre

From the picture source website: "The Jerwood Medical Education Centre was de...

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King Charles III

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Jerwood Medical Centre

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Royal College of Physicians

Founded by Thomas Linacre in 1518 with a charter granted by Henry VIII. Thei...

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