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Oxford owes the benefactor purchase 400 mg viagra plus erectile dysfunction ed treatment, the old huts were replaced by modern Churchill Hospital to Girdlestone’s efforts; buildings buy 400mg viagra plus fast delivery erectile dysfunction kidney transplant, which incorporated features over the obstacles to this achievement would have which Girdlestone had pondered so carefully and broken the spirit of many men. It was Girdlestone who encouraged chiefly responsible for installing that gallant little Lord Nuffield to interest himself still further in company of American surgeons who formed what British medicine, with results that are now well was called the American Hospital in Britain in known. The Oxford Medical School benefited to this new hospital, with buildings and facilities the extent of two million pounds. Nuffield’s request, Girdlestone visited South There were occasions in the affairs of the Africa to prepare a scheme for the development Wingfield when his committee, devoted to him as of orthopedic surgery in that vast dominion; and they were, had to tell him that there was no money the national Council for the Care of Cripples in for some addition that he wanted; on more than South Africa was the result of this visit. In the one occasion his answer was that he would pay same year, Girdlestone was appointed Nuffield for it himself—and he did. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, this being the The hospital was an extension of his home life, first chair in the subject in the British Empire. At a few minutes before nine (half-past more urgent work; he was a regional orthopedic eight for operations), Girdlestone’s handsome consultant in the Emergency Medical Service and upright figure appeared on the path between his honorary consultant to the army and to the Min- house and the hospital, and the place sprang to its istry of Pensions. In 1942 he was elected Presi- ordered life like an orchestra under the baton of a dent of the British Orthopedic Association; in conductor. He knew all the older members of the 1948 he applied his unparalleled experience to the staff by name, he had a friendly word for every- formulation of a plan for regional orthopedic one (sometimes one of fatherly reproof) and there and accident services within the framework of were many who at one time or another had been 117 Who’s Who in Orthopedics helped by him in some serious personal difficulty. But in his chosen sphere his intense zeal was In appearance he was a striking figure—tall, matched by his generosity. His many when someone connected with the Wingfield was contributions to the literature of his subject were in need of money, and more than a small sum. The expressed in delightful prose; they bore the mark usual deliberations provided no solution. He was Girdlestone would say that he was trustee of a also a devoted listener to classical music. He fund that could be drawn on in such circum- shared all these tastes with his wife in an idyllic stances and that the matter could be left to him. It was not, therefore, Championship after leaving Oxford and he might surprising that the hospital had an esprit de corps have gone far if his busy professional life had not that was apparent even to the casual visitor. Girdlestone used to refer very frequently to the No memoir of this man of high quality—one of Wingfield spirit—it sometimes became rather an the most distinguished surgeons of his genera- old joke—but it was a very real thing, an influ- tion—would be complete without reference to the ence that made for happiness and good work, and deep religious convictions that sustained him in it was felt throughout the region. This was a Girdlestone known to a There is a tendency, a natural and a proper host of witnesses. The price to be paid for work in a wider field, and paid often with sorrow, is the abandonment of many local interests, which the passage of years and old associations have made peculiarly sweet. He knew what he could do well and he stuck to it; in his own line of work he was as confident and superbly skillful as in the two games he played (he was outstanding at tennis and golf and reached the semi-finals in a competition at St. He directed all his energies to the development of his hospital, his region, the scheme that they embod- ied, and the link he had forged with his univer- sity. His influence extended far and wide, but it was chiefly in virtue of what he did in Oxford. He had pedic surgery in Australia—one of the first three become a general practitioner surgeon in Shrop- Australians who trained in orthopedic surgery shire and went to Baschurch first as a spectator and who specialized in this field in Australia and later to assist at operations. Before that there was 118 Who’s Who in Orthopedics one orthopedic practitioner, a German; Gordon standing of his surgical results. Time meant nothing to Craig and Robert Wade of Sydney did a certain him. At hospital his operation list would be completed amount of orthopedic practice as part of the no matter what the hour, and at the end of a long after- general field of surgery; and Kent Hughes of noon he would be the freshest person of the whole theater staff. He had no mercy for laziness, inefficiency Melbourne found a curious common interest in or carelessness, and was not slow to speak his mind otolaryngology and orthopedics. He devised First World War did a real interest in orthopedic an effective operation for extensor contraction of the surgery arise in Australia, and the first men to toes and saw it widely adopted throughout the ortho- devote themselves entirely to it were all disciples pedic world. Sydney he served as a Resident Medical Officer at Goulburn Hospital, and then for a short time John Hoets writes: pursued an assistantship in country practice.

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