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Clement Hue
British doctor

Clement Hue

Clement Hue
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Intro British doctor
Was Physician
From United Kingdom
Field Healthcare
Gender male
Birth 1778, Jersey, Jersey
Death 23 June 1861 (aged 83 years)
Pembroke College
Harveian Oration 1829
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Clement Hue FRCP (1779 – 23 June 1861) was a British physician.

Early life and education

Hue was born in Jersey, the son of John Hue. He was educated at John Roysse's Free School in Abingdon, (now Abingdon School). He later studied at Pembroke College, Oxford where he was a scholar and fellow and gained a D.Med.


He was physician to St Bartholomew's Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and to the Foundling Hospital from 1815–1837 and Vice President of the latter from 1847–1861 and M.I. Chapel of Foundling Hospital. He was a fellow and Registrar of the Royal College of Physicians from 1815–1824. and served as one of the RCP's Commissioners for Madhouses.

He gave the Harveian Oration in 1829.

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