President of the Nottingham Medico-
1866, 1879, 1880
James Beddard was born in 1840 and Dudley, West Midlands, and was apprenticed to Drs. Fereby and Timmins in that town, then with Dr Webster at Towyn in North Wales. He entered Guy's Hospital Medical School in 1856, where he graduated in 1863, taking the scholarship in surgery at that time that his contemporary and friend Philip Henry Pye-
James Bedard was the president of the Nottingham Medico-
James Bedard was taken ill after a shooting holiday in Scotland with symptoms diagnose as appendicitis. As a consequence of his illness he died at his home on 21 June 1889.
James Bedard received his professional training at Guy's Hospital, London. He was at one time Medical Tutor at Sydenham College, Birmingham, and afterwards practised at Nottingham (39, Derby Road, and later Park Row), where he was Surgeon to the Nottingham General Hospital and Consulting Surgeon to the Nottingham Children's Hospital. He died in 1889
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