Reminiscences Of A Workhouse Medical Officer

Joseph ROGERS (1821 - 1889)

Joseph Rogers (1821-1889) was an English physician, medical officer, and health care reformer in London. The system of poor-law dispensaries and separate sick wards, with proper staffs of medical attendants and nurses, was due to the efforts of Rogers and his colleagues. His memoir, published in 1889, contains an informative biography written by his brother. His career was not without conflict as his zeal sometimes offended governing boards. - Summary by David Wales

Genre(s): Health & Fitness, Medical, Memoirs

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Biographical Preface David Wales
00:30:00
Play 01 The Strand Part 1 David Wales
00:48:35
Play 02 The Strand Part 2 David Wales
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Play 03 The Strand Part 3 David Wales
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Play 04 The Westminster Infirmary Part 1 David Wales
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Play 05 The Westminster Infirmary Part 2 David Wales
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Play 06 The Westminster Infirmary Part 3 David Wales
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Play 07 The Westminster Infirmary Part 4 David Wales
00:55:06
Play 08 Recognition Of Dr. Joseph Rogers David Wales
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Play 09 Testimonial To Dr. Joseph Rogers David Wales
00:28:41