List of Frankston People - Health and Medicine

Health and Medicine

  • Dr. Ruth Bishop, AO - microbiologist, discovered the rotavirus in 1973.
  • Rear-Admiral William Carr, CBE - surgeon and Medical Services Director of the Royal Australian Navy from 1932-1946.
  • Graeme Miller - surgeon, Australian microsurgery pioneer.

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