McCreadie, Dominic William Andrew

Reference HB78
Dates of Creation 1940-1992
Name of Creator McCreadie, Dominic William Andrew (British physician : 1922-)
Language of Material English
Physical Description 4 metres

Scope and Content

Architects’ plans for hospitals overseas, 1953-1984
Architects’ plans for Scottish hospitals, 1965-1988
Files re hospitals overseas, 1956-1992
Files re work for Common Services Agency, Greater Glasgow Health Board and Scottish Home and Health Department, 1965-1988
Lecture notes and teaching materials, 1941-1948
Personalia, 1940-1990
Printed ephemera re hospital buildings and equipment, 1957-1985

Administrative / Biographical History

Dominic William Andrew McCreadie was born in 1922. He was educated at Anderson’s College of Medicine and St Mungo’s College, both in Glasgow, and at Strathclyde University. Obtained licence to practise medicine and surgery in 1945 and graduated PhD in 1974. Senior Medical Officer, later Director of Hospital Services, Kuwait, 1949-1961; Chief Medical Officer, American Independent Oil Company, Kuwait, 1961-1963; Assistant Senior Administrative Medical Officer, Western Regional Hospital Board, 1963-1965; Senior, later Principal, Medical Officer, Scottish Home and Health Department, 1965-1982; Senior Medical Adviser, Common Services Agency, 1977-1987; Community Medicine Specialist, Greater Glasgow and Lothian Health Boards, 1987-1989. Retired at Eaglesham, Renfrewshire, 1989.

Chronological or by subject within record classes

Conditions Governing Access
No restrictions

Acquisition Information
Dr McCreadie

Other Finding Aids
Descriptive list

Alternative Form Available
No known copies

Archivist's Note
Fonds level description compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 23 July 1998, revised 4 June 2019

Appraisal Information
This material has been appraised in line with standard procedures

Custodial History
Records held by Dr McCreadie prior to transfer

None expected

Related Material
HB 55: Records of Greater Glasgow Health Board; HB 28: Records of Western Regional Hospital Board, Glasgow