Unit History: Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps
Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps is a unit in the British Army and part of the Army Medical Services. It was first formed in 1902 under the name Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service. It was named after Queen Alexandra, the wife of King Edward VII. She became its President.
In 1949, it became a corps of the British Army and was renamed to Queen Alexandra’s Royal Nursing Corps. There is also a registered charity associated with the corps called Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps Association.
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