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Buxton, Fanny

Biographical

Registration number73
SurnameBuxton
First name(s)Fanny
Address(es)

The Infirmary, East Dulwich

Date of registration7 March 1890
Qualifications

Certificate, Queen's Hospital, Birmingham, 1884 - 1886

Remarks

Monsall Fever Hospital, Manchester, 1887 - 1888
East Dulwich Infirmary, 1888 - 1891
Croydon Infirmary (Night Superintendent), 1891 - 1901
Oulton Infirmary, Lowestoft (Superintendent Nurse), 1901 - 1902
Workhouse Infirmary, Hitchin (Superintendent Nurse)

Professional details

Work experience

Miss Fanny Buxton has been appointed Superintendent Nurse to the Workhouse Infirmary Hitchen. She was trained at the Queen's Hospital, Birmingham for three years and has since acted as Nurse at the Fever Hospital, Monsall, Manchester, Southwark Infirmary, Croydon Infirmary and as Superintendent at the Oulton Infirmary, Lowestoft. (The British Journal of Nursing, Aug 2, 1902, page 90)

Sources

Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives

Census returns for 1891 and 1901.
The British Journal of Nursing, August 1902

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