Dr Thomas Buzzard was a specialist in venereal and nervous diseases.
In 1854 Buzzard became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. On 1 January 1859 he registered as a medical doctor. He was on the British medical staff of the Ottoman army in the Crimean War and on the HQ staff of Omar Pasha in Transcaucasia. He was a member of The Arts Club from 1867 to 1919, and Chairman of the Committee in 1894. He was known to Lois Cassatt.
Hirsch, August, Handbook of Geographical and Historical Pathology, London, 1886; Medical Register, London.