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It has now been replaced by
Here follows a, not complete, list of all the people who have helped the Museum develop from the small museum with 5,000 visitors open only 3 half days a week in 1989 to the current museum with 25,000 visitors open 7 days a week. For credits for creating this web page click here.
The museum was founded by Lord Brock and is administered by the Lord Brock Memorial Trust. Lord Brock is remembered as a pioneer of open-heart surgery.
The Trustees of the Lord Brock Memorial Trust are:
- Mr David Firmin, Chairman
- Sir Barry Jackson, Deputy Chairman
- Giles Hacking, C G Hacking & Sons Ltd, Treasurer
- Mr Martin Jourdan, Consultant Surgeon. Guy's Hospital
- Stella Mason, Keeper Of The College Collections, Royal College of Surgeons
- John Monoogian, The Honourable Company Of Gray's Inn
- Reverend James Buxton, Succentor, Guy's, King's & St Thomas's Schools Of Medicine, Dentistry And Biomedical Sciences
- Mr. Anthony Young, Department Of Surgery, St. Thomas' Hospital,
- Tony West, Director Of Pharmacy
The Museum is staffed by (in alphabetic order):
- Stewart Caine
- Sarah Chaney
- Kirsty Chilton
- Katie Edwards
- Kevin Flude
- Karen Howell
The Museum is managed by Cultural Heritage Resources.
The Museum is helped by Sandra Apel, Yvette Barrett, Marion Box, Julie Carter, Jean Haynes, Valentina Lari, Hugh Jenkins, and Chris Sams. Museum staff, volunteers and associates who have helped in the past include: Tony Clayton, Mike Bardell, Marietta Ryan, Jose Bea, Alistair Simmonds, Jo Hall, Paul Herbert, Lucy Davies, Felicity Horada, Iris Boening, Julia Grollman and Leonie Hannan.
The museum's robust health is due to extensive help from the Charitable Trust of St Thomas's and Guy's Hospitals; our landlords - Butcher, Robinson & Staples Ltd., part of The Chapter Group; the Barbara Whatmore Foundation; the Borough High Street Foundation and the London Museums Service in all its manifestations (AMSSEE, SEMS, LMA, ALM, London)
The theatre was originally restored thanks to generous donations from the Wolfson Trust. The present displays have been produced with the aid of grants from Gerard House, Butcher, Robinson & Staples Ltd.,The Barbara Whatmore Trust, the Pilgrim Trust, Bayer UK, the Raynes Foundation, the Manifold Trust, Price Waterhouse, Area Museum Service South East England and the Special Trustees of Guy's and St Thomas's. The Museum has also benefited by donations from the Wellcome Institute, Wicked London Publications and South Thames Training & Enterprise Council. The displays were created by Kevin Flude and Paul Herbert; assisted by Mike Bardill, Mike Barrel, Tony Clayton, Daynes Design Partnership, Hugh Jenkins, Barrie Lees, Alan Powell, Malcolm Russell, Dave Scott, Marion O'Shea, Poppy Singer, Michael Tambini, Roger Taylor and Philip Wilson. These displays have been substantially remodelled under the direction of Karen Howell and Kevin Flude and with the help of staff mentioned above. Additional help has been received from Southwark Heritage Association.
The herbal display at the Museum is the work of Karen Howell. Education work at the Museum has been helped by grants from the Department of Education and Skills (DfEE DfES), the Foyle Foundation, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Pool of London. The Front Entrance display of foilage was supported by the London Museums Agency and the Pool of London Partnership.
Note the Areas Museum Service for South Eastern England was renamed South Eastern Museums Service. This was then divided up into regional parts of which the London Museums Agency is the part that deals with the Museum. This was replaced by Archives, Museum, Libraries, London..
For credits for creating this web page click here.