John Phillips (physician)
|Sir John Phillips|
6 July 1855|
|Died||8 December 1928 (aged 73)|
|Institutions||King's College London, King's College Hospital|
John Phillips was born on 6 July 1855 at Birchmoor Manor, Woburn. He was the son of Zachary Phillips. He was educated at Elstow (County) School, Bedford, St John's College, Cambridge (Natural Sciences Tripos, 1876), and at King's College London, qualifying in medicine in 1881. He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1892, and as Professor of Obstetric Medicine at King's College London in 1904. He was an Examiner in Obstetric Medicine for the University of Cambridge and the University of London, and Consultant Physician in Obstetrics at King's College Hospital. He was appointed as Physician to the Queen in 1918.
He was twice married and had one son and three daughters.
Professor Sir John Phillips died on 8 December 1928.