People's History of the NHS


Lord Moran

Portrait of Charles McMoran Wilson, 1st baron Moran by Pietro Annigoni, 1951

Lord Moran (1882 – 1977) was president of the Royal College of Physicians from 1941 until 1950 and served as personal physician to Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill during the Second World War. He was a key figure in the foundation of the National Health Service.
Accession number X155

Courtesy, Royal College of Physicians

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