Dame Hilda Lloyd became a Member of the British College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1935, and was elevated to the Fellowship in 1936. Dame Hilda was a prominent member of the medical circuit in the West Midlands, and it is her work on the emergency obstetric service for which she is best remembered, and her campaigns for keeping obstetrics and gynaecology unified. The Archive record here, written in 1951, explains just how the Birmingham obstetrical flying squad operated.
Read Dame Hilda’s Flying squad letter here.
[Archive Reference RCOG/A4/7/5]