William Whitla's plaque

Born in Monaghan, William Whitla was educated at the Model School and later moved to Belfast to study medicine at Queen’s, after which he joined the staff of the Belfast General Hospital as Resident Medical Officer for one year. In 1882 he was appointed Physician to the Belfast Royal Hospital where he was to remain a visiting member of the staff, and later of the Royal Victoria Hospital, until 1918. In 1890 Whitla was appointed Professor of Materia Medica at Queen’s University.


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