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Biographical entry Williams, Mary Boyd Burfitt (1882 - 1956)

Born
9 November 1882
Redfern, New South Wales, Australia
Died
30 November 1956
Bellevue Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Physician and Pathologist

Summary

Mary Boyd B. Williams was a consulting physician in Macquarie Street, Sydney 1924-52. She also served as honorary physician (1912-38) at Lewisham Hospital, where she established the pathology department and served as honorary pathologist.

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1905
Education - Bachelor of Arts (BA) completed at the University of Sydney
1908
Education - Bachelor of Science (BSc) completed at the University of Sydney
1909
Education - Bachelor of Medicine (MB) completed at the University of Sydney
1910
Career position - Resident Medical Officer at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
1910
Education - Master of Surgery (ChM) completed at the University of Sydney
1911
Career position - Senior Resident (the first woman) Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
1911 - 1912
Career position - Resident at the Women's Hospital in Crown Street
1912 - 1924
Career position - General practice in Glebe
1912 - 1938
Career position - Honorary Physician at the Lewisham Hospital
1924 - 1952
Career position - Consulting Physician in Macquarie Street
1929 - 1953
Career position - Founder and Councillor of Sancta Sophia College at the University of Sydney

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