JAMES CHARLES BUCKLEY
President of the Nottingham Medico-
James Charles Buckley:-
Medical Directory 1926.
James Charles Buckley, son of Joseph Mills Buckley, a Manchester Merchant Banker was born in Manchester in 1868, and was educated at Leys School Cambridge, Owen’s College and Manchester Royal Infirmary. After graduating at Manchester and holding various appointments Buckley engaged in General Practice in Nottingham. His interests were attracted to venereology, and by 1914 this speciality made up half his practice. When in the Royal Army Medical Corps his work was confined to venereology, and in 1917 he was released for the purpose of starting the Nottingham Clinic. Under his direction the clinic was organized and expanded until it became one of the most important of provincial treatment centres. He was also in charge of clinics at Mansfield and for a time at Newark, and carried on a large private practice. Although he retired from the Nottingham Clinic in 1938 his activities were not greatly reduced, and he actually opened a centre at Worksop.
In an obituary to Dr. Buckley a colleague said of him:-
Dr. Buckley died at his home address of Southfields, Bramcote on November 18th 1945 just four days after having been in active practice. Again in the same obituary to him a colleague remembers him saying he hoped he would meet his end in just this fashion.
B.M.J., December 22nd, 1945, page 905.