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Sir William Blizard (1743–1835)
Sir William Blizard (1743–1835)
Sir William Blizard (1743–1835)
Sir William Blizard (1743–1835)
Sir William Blizard (1743–1835)

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William Blizard was Surgeon to the London Hospital (1780–1833), and founder of the London Hospital Medical College, England's first purpose-built medical school. Opening in 1785, it pioneered a new kind of medical education providing teaching in theory as well as clinical skills.

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