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  1. 2 gen 2019 · Destiny Rogers 2 January 2019. In 2018 medical staff at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital signed a petition calling for the removal of Phyllis Cilento’s name from the institution. However, when the government attempted to make the change it ran into fierce opposition. As a prolific author, Dr Cilento spent many decades promoting her legend.

  2. Lady Phyllis Cilento was born in Sydney on 13 March 1894. She was educated in Adelaide, graduating with a MB, BS from the University of Adelaide. She undertook postgraduate work at hospitals and clinics in Malaysia, New Guinea, London, Paris and New York. Cilento was a medical columnist, broadcaster, journalist and author of several books.

  3. Lady Phyllis Cilento was born in Sydney on 13th March 1894 and educated in Adelaide, graduating MB, BS from the University of Adelaide. She did postgraduate work at hospitals and clinics in Malaysia, New Guinea, London, Paris and New York. Later moving to Brisbane with her husband, (doctor and medical administrator, Sir Ralph Cilento) she ...

  4. Lady Phyllis Cilento had a medical practice attached to the residence, and was a respected gynocologist, obstetrician, and paediatrician. In 1931 she founded the Mothercraft Association of Queensland, serving as president until 1946. Sir Raphael West (Ray) Cilento was an expert in tropical medicine.

  5. 19 nov 2018 · 7:00pm Nov 19, 2018. The family of Lady Phyllis Cilento believe Queensland doctors launched a smear campaign to discredit her and have her name removed from the children’s hospital in Brisbane ...

  6. Map Coordinates: 27°31\'06.0\"S 153°01\'41.9\"E. Years At Location: 1928-1964. One Historical Setting: Dr Phyllis Dorothy Cilento, Ipswich Road (Corner of Villa Street), Annerley (1929) For half a century, from 1928 to 1984, Phyllis Cilento was Queensland leading health writer. Cilento was a local general medical practitioner in Annerley was ...

  7. Lady Phyllis Cilento broke through every glass ceiling in the medical world and overcame intense misogyny as a female doctor. She was the only woman in her University of Adelaide School of Medicine 1918 graduating class and went on to work at hospitals in London, Paris and New York.