Provided by Mrs J Sortain
Stanley Kaye, b. 1919. Charing Cross Medical School 1938-1942.
Thomas Green Prize and Final Year Gold Medal. Served in RAMC, Captain 16th Parachute Field Ambulance, 1st Parachute Brigade. Served N.Africa, Italy. captured at Amhem, Holland. Released POW 1945.
House Officer National Hospital for Nervous Diseases 1946-47. Principal in General Practice and also Physician, Royal Sussex County Hospital 1947-1984. School MO Brighton College, MO to Brighton hospices, Tarner Home and Coppercliffs from 1948-1986.
Chief Medical Officer (Underwriting) Legal & General Assurance Company 1974-1984. Senior Physician Examining to numerous assurance companies. Retired 1989.
Delighted in squash, skiing, trekking, dinghy racing, wind surfing and golf. Loved his bridge and chess. Travelled extensively Europe, Middle East and Australasia and UK. MD Gold Medal 1948, MRCP 1948.
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