Dr. T. Beaurnount (1864-1881) - Ophthalmic Surgeon par excellence
|Year||Annual OPD attendance||Major Surgery|
Chief contribution were establishing Medical School in 1878.
First batch of 4 students in the 4 year medical course
Dr. D.F. Keegan (1881 - 1894)
Excellent ENT & Ophthalmic surgeon, devised foreheadflap for reconstruction of nose.
Surgeon General - Dr. Cunningham praises Indore charitable hospital as one of the three best institutions in the Country.
|1884||Addition of Midwifery and medical Juris prudence to the curriculum|
|1885||Viceroy of India Lord Dufferin visits Indore
charitable hospital & praises its work.
Cost of running ICH - 1500/- mth
|1887||Female Medical Class initiated (6 students)
Total strength of students- 18
Dr. R. Caldecott (1894-97)
Dr. G.H.D. Girnlette (1897-1901)
Maharaja Tukoji Rao hospital inaugurated 1901
Dr. J. Roberts (1901 - 12)
1910 : Old Daly College Building donated for medical school
1911 : School rechristened as King Edward Hospital and Medical School
Pay Scale of staff in 1909 (Monthly)
|Sir Roberts (additional pay)||Rs. 150/-|
|Dr. P.R. Bhandarkar||Rs. 200/-|
|Dr. Sarju Prasad||Rs. 75/-|
|Dr. S.R. Masalawala||Rs. 50/-|
|+ 4 Hospital assistants|
Dr. F.A. Smith (1912 - 1921)
First World War hampers progresss of the institution.
|1916:||Indian Medical Degree Act decides students have now to appear in LCPS or LMP to qualify as doctors.|
|1920:||Total strength of students 139
35 pass examination licentiate
Dr. G.D. Franklin (1921 - 1923)
|1922 :||Admission of students closed due to financial crisis.|
|1923 :||European infantry barracks (Gora barracks) converted into hostel for 130 medical students.|
Dr. W.R. Battye (1923 - 28)
1923 : Restarted medical school Staff expanded.
Dr. J.R.J. Tyrell (1928 - 1937)
Dr. R.F.D. Maegregor (1931 - 33)
Dr. M.A. Nicholson (1933 - 45)
Paved the path for upgrading school to college.
Was humane and just but a strict disciplinarian.
Dr. H.W. Farrel (1945 - 47)
Ral Bahadur Dr. S.K. Mukherjee (1947 - 1948)
Process of expansion of staff and construction of new buildings in addition to major repairs and maintenance of the existing ones continued till 1946 when the formation of -a Central India Medical College was envisaged.
The managing committee of the King Edward Hospital and Medical School at its meeting held on the 21st of October 1940, worked out a detailed scheme for the conversion of school to a full fledged medical college.
King Edward and Maharaja Tukoji Rao Hospital