Name: Norman Graeme Marshall
MB ChB, NZ, 1943
DA, London, 1950
Date of Birth: 25 October 1919
Date of Death: 21 February 1987
Normal Graeme Marshall graduated from medicine in the midst of World War II. He spent the following two years at Wellington Hospital before embarking with the New Zealand Medical Corps for Italy and, later, the South Pacific.
On return to New Zealand, he took up an anaesthetics position at the Wellington Hospital, and became the first anaesthetics registrar in 1948. Marshall headed to England and gained his Diploma of Anaesthesia in 1950 before being elected to fellowship of the Faculty of Anaesthetists of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1954.
On return to New Zealand in 1951 he was appointed senior anaesthetic registrar at Wellington Hospital, and departed to Adelaide in 1956 to take on directorship of the anaesthetics department at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Marshall returned to Wellington Hospital as director of anaesthetics in 1962, a position he held until 1976. He also acted as visiting anaesthetist at Wellington Hospital until 1984.
Capital and Coast District Health Board website; Form of Proposal for Nomination to Fellowship, 1955.
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