Edith MacGregor Rome
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She was trained at Westminster Hospital and later served as Assistant Matron of the Warneford Hospital, Leamington and as Matron of the Paddington Green Children's Hospital. She was Matron-in-Chief of the British Red Cross Society before going on to serve two terms as President of the RCN.
She served with distinction during World War I. She was awarded the:
- Royal Red Cross, 1st Class (UK)
- Order of Regina Maria, 1st Class (Rumania)
- Order of St. Anne (Russia).
- Profile, rcnarchive.rcn.org.uk; accessed 6 May 2016.
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