Plaque

Sir James MacKenzie

Inscription

College of General Practitioners
Sir James MacKenzie F.R.S., 1853 - 1925, physician, lived and worked here, 1907 - 1911.

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W1, Bentinck Street, 17

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Sir James MacKenzie

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Sir James MacKenzie

Physician and cardiologist. Our picture source gives a biography of this man....

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Royal College of General Practitioners

Founded in London. Instituted in November 1952, and granted its Royal Charter...

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