Addenbrooke’s People

John Addenbrooke was the founder of Addenbrooke’s Hospital, to find out more about him please read: John Addenbrooke’s MD by Rook & Martin Medical History 1982 

Dr David Evans  Consultant physician at Addenbrooke’s from 1966, to join Sir Roy Calne and to build and run medical nephrology in close collaboration with the growing transplant unit already of international standing.

Dr John V Farman Consultant anaesthetist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital between 1966 and the year of his sudden, unexpected death in 1988.

W.Graham Cannon House Governor (Chief Executive) and Secretary to the Board of Governors

Ann Perry – Addenbrooke’s first Matron

Alice Fisher – Matron at Addenbrooke’s

Miss Mima Puddicombe OBE– Addenbrooke’s last Matron

Alderman John Newling (1711-1812) was a Magistrate of Cambridge and Treasurer of the Hospital from 1771-1803

Alexander Scott Abbott, Surgeon at Addenbrooke’s from 1817–1843.

Frederic Thackeray (1774-1852)  Surgeon and Physician to Addenbrooke’s

Alderman John Newling (1711-1812) who was a Magistrate of Cambridge and Treasurer of the Hospital from 1771-1803.

Mr Walpole S Lewin (1915-1980) a consultant neurosurgeon

Mr Arthur Cooke  Surgeon to the Ophthalmic Department,