Royal Army Medical College 1860

Nationality:
British
based:
Chatham, Medway, England, United Kingdom

In 1860, the Army Medical School was founded at Fort Pitt, Chatham, within a short space of time moved to the new Military Hospital at Netley, Hampshire. The school flourished at Netley until 1902 and then transferred to London, first to a temporary location where it was renamed the Royal Army Medical College, and then to its present location at Millbank in 1907.

The Royal Army Medical College at Millbank provides postgraduate training in military surgery, military medicine, Army pathology, military psychiatry, preventive medicine, military entomology, general practice and the dental sciences.