Dr George Maling served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during the First World War, and was awarded a Victoria Cross for his efforts treating patients on the battlefield. On his return, he began practising in Lee, South East London.
Dr George Abercrombie joined the Royal Navy during the First World War, and on his return began practising in Hampstead. He was later a key figure in the foundation of the Royal College of GPs.
In the Second World War, Dr John Hunt served with the Royal Air Force before returning to his practice in Sloane Street, West London. Dr Hunt later played a key role in the foundation of the Royal College of GPs.