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Wesley, Emily Anna

Biographical

Registration number986
SurnameWesley
First name(s)Emily Anna
Address(es)

St George's Infirmary, E; Woburn, St George's Park Avenue, Westcliffe-on-Sea

Date of registration2 May 1890
Qualifications

Lincoln N.I. Cert C.M.B 1905; King's College Hospital 1877-80; Royal Northern Infirmary, Scarborough, 1881-1884; Banstead Schools (Matron) 1884-1889; St George's Infirmary (Matron), 1889-1890; Certificate, St Bartholomew's Hospital 1885-1888

Professional details

Work experience

1909 Roll of Members Lincoln Nurses' Institute and King's College Hospital 1877-80 (Assist Matron); Royal Northern (Matron) 1889 to date; Diploma London Obstet Soc 1890; Cert C.M.B. 1905; The Nursing Record 1889 October 24, pages 239-240 states that Miss Emily A. Wesley, who has been appointed Matron of the Poor Law Infirmary of St. George's in the East, was formerly for several years actively engaged among the sick poor, in the North of England, in connection with one of the most important Nursing Institutes in England, for which she had been previously trained. For the past five years she has held the appointment of Assistant Matron at the Infirmary of the Kensington and Chelsea District Schools for seven hundred children, and a staff of sixty officers. The Managers of these schools highly value her faithful services, and the officers, who much regret that she is leaving them, have subscribed for and presented to her a handsome dining-room timepiece, as a token of their harmonious relations and kindly regard.

Sources

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

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