Elizabeth Garrett Anderson
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (1836-1917) was the first English woman to qualify in medicine.
Refused entry into medical school, Anderson studied privately and was licensed by the Society of Apothecaries in London 1865.
She was physician to the Marylebone Dispensary for Women and Children (later renamed the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital), now staffed by women and serving women patients.
She helped found the London School of Medicine. She was the first woman member of the British Medical Association and the first woman mayor in Britain.
Why is Elizabeth Garrett Anderson famous?
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was the first woman to gain a medical qualification in Britain.
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