- 28 September 1876
Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia
- 12 November 1949
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Medical practitioner and Philanthropist
A pioneer for women doctors and a tireless committee-woman, Lucy Gullett was inspired by the success of the Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital in Melbourne to found a hospital run by women for women. The Rachel Forster Hospital for Women and Children, as it became, opened in 1922. Gullett was also a one-time candidate (Independent) for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seat of North Sydney in 1932.