Dr Thomas Stuttaford OBE

Thomas Stuttaford was born in Norfolk in 1931. After routine house jobs he went into his family's general practice for 11 years before becoming MP for Norwich South. He sought out a job in medicine that would enable him to continue with a political career and so worked in the Genito-urinary department at the London Hospital and in his practice in Devonshire Place. He was Senior Medical Adviser to Barclay's Bank, The Rank Organisation and The Hunting Group and Medical Advisor to several other companies.

In November 1981 he was appointed Medical Correspondent to The Times and remained with them until 2009. Dr Stuttaford still writes for various magazines and is the author of several books on medicine. He is currently completing an account of medical practice in rural Norfolk over the past 120 years.


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