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History of RUMS
The Middlesex Hospital was opened in Fitzrovia by Charles Bell and had its first cohort of medical students join a year later
University College Hospital was opened as the North London Hospital, to provide the newly opened University College London with a hospital to train medical students
The London School of Medicine for Women was established in 1874 by Sophia Jex-Blake as the first medical school in Britain to train women
The Royal Free Hospital agrees to allow students from LSMW to complete their clinical studies there and by 1896 was renamed The London Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine for Women and became part of the University of London
RUMS is formed in the wake of the merger between the three constituent medical schools (the Middlesex Hospital, University College Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital)