Major Martin Mead Lewis
MB ChB (Brist 1938) DTMH (Eng 1949) DPH (Lond 1950) MD (Brist 1951) MSc (Lond 1962)
25 Aug 1914 [Taunton Somerset] – 15 Jan 1971 [Millbank]
1 Sep 1939 Short Service Commission Lieutenant RAMC.
1 Sep 1940 Captain RAMC.
1941 Served in India where he passed the Staff College Course at Rawalpindi.
15 June 1942 Acting Major RAMC.
1942–1945 Served in India and Ceylon.
1 Sep 1944 Permanent Regular Army Commission Captain RAMC.
1944–1945 Commanding Officer 79 Indian Field Ambulance.
14 Feb 1945 War Substantive Major RAMC.
1945 Assistant Director of Medical Services HQ Allied Forces South East Asia, and ADMS HQ 3 Commando Brigade Group.
1945–1946 Served in Hong Kong, Burma and Malaya.
1946 Assistant Director of Medical Services HQ Malaya Command.
1 Sep 1947 Major RAMC.
14 Nov 1944 Acting Lieutenant Colonel RAMC.
1950 Senior Specialist in Army Health.
1952–1955 Served with the British Troops in Austria as Deputy Assistant Director of Army Health.
1955 Deputy Assistant Director of Army Health. Specialist in Army Health at HQ.
1956 Deputy Assistant Director of Army Health.
1 June 1956 Promoted Lieutenant Colonel RAMC.
1957 Deputy Assistant Director of Army Health.
1957–1958 Assistant Professor of Army Health Royal Army Medical College Millbank.
1958–1961 Assistant Director of Army Health War Office (AMD5).
1 Sept 1962 Colonel L/RAMC.
1962–1966 Professor of Army Health Royal Army Medical College Millbank.
1963 Consultant in Army Health.
1966 Deputy Director of Army Health HQ Southern Command.
June 1970 Director of Army Health with the rank of Brigadier.
10 Jan 1971 Died suddenly at the Queen Alexandra Military Hospital Millbank, aged 56 years.
- Entry No: 1730. Drew R. 1968. Commissioned Officers in the Medical Services of the British Army 1690—1960. Vol. II. Roll of Officers in the Royal Army Medical Corps 1898–1960, London: Wellcome Historical Medical Library.
- Obituary, Br Med J (1971), 1, 293 (Published 30 January 1971).