The former Royal Army Medical College (the alma mater of British military medicine) at Millbank London, artist Christine Halliday (1986).

Our aim is to celebrate the heritage and achievements of military medicine, with an eye on relevance for the future. We normally hold our lectures in the very lecture theatre in Millbank used for the last 100 and more years.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all our lectures are now virtual until further notice. Prior registration is required. Meetings at Millbank will resume in due course. Please CLICK HERE to download the 2021 programme.

FRIDAY, 29 January 2021
Michael Crumplin
AGM 17:30 TO 18:00 GMT
  • ‘Losing Sight of the Glory - Six centuries of Combat Surgery’
    Jan 29, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM GMT
    Online Lecture
    Michael KH Crumplin is a retired consultant surgeon with a serious interest in military medical history. During his career, he was Chairman of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, he served on the council of the College and was elected an honorary fellow of the Royal C

Michael Crumplin is a renowned military medical historian and author.

Please CLICK HERE to download the flyer for his talk.

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Friends of Millbank warmly invite you to register and enjoy our lectures.

They are open to everyone, as is membership. Priority will be given to members.

Medical and nursing cadets and students are particularly welcome.



Affiliated with the British Society for the History of Medicine.

Friends of Millbank can register with the BSHM as members of an affiliated society