MAURICE JOHN EVERTON
President of the Nottingham Medico-
During the 1980's the role of the Medico-
Maurice Everton, a midlander, by birth and education, went to Kings Norton Grammar School, Birmingham and the moved on to Birmingham University where he qualified M.B Ch B in 1950. After working as a pre-
His wife, Jean, had worked as a physiotherapist at the General Hospital and she persuaded him to move to Nottingham where he entered practice on the Woodborough Road. His routine work expanded to take in sessions as a clinical assistant at Mapperley Psychiatric Hospital, where with Dr J Nelson, another President of the Society they became two of the earliest GPs to contribute to the work of a Psychiatric Hospital in Nottingham.
The respect with which his colleagues held Maurice Everton led to his being Chairman of the Nottinghamshire Local Medical Committee, a position he held for five years.
He became a member of the Nottingham Medico-
An affable and popular man Maurice Everton enjoyed a full and active social life within the City being at times President of Nottingham Round Table, President of the Nottingham "41" club and President of Queen Anne's Bowling Green.