Edmund George OramBMJ 2006; 333 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.39031.666366.FA (Published 16 November 2006) Cite this as: BMJ 2006;333:1074
- D A Oram
On completing his war service in the Pay Corps, Edmund George Oram trained in medicine using his army gratuity. He was appointed consultant psychiatrist to Saxondale Hospital in Nottingham in 1964. He was also an examiner for the Royal College of Nursing and lecturer to psychiatric nurses and served for many years on the Sheffield Regional Hospital Board. He moved to the psychiatric unit he helped construct at the Queen's Medical Centre when Saxondale closed, retiring in 1987 but continuing to work as emeritus consultant on mental health review boards. He leaves a wife, Flora; three children; and 10 grandchildren.
Former consultant psychiatrist Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham (b 1924; q Glasgow 1953; DPM, FRCPsych), d 14 June 2006.
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