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A Tribute to Dr Peter Fisher

We are all shocked and saddened to suddenly lose our friend and colleague Dr Peter Fisher in a road traffic accident on 15th August 2018. Dr Fisher, a Consultant Rheumatologist, was Clinical Lead for the Fibromyalgia Service at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust.  He served the RLHIM for over thirty-five years, half of them as Clinical Director and Research Director, as well as being an internationally renowned teacher and spokesperson for Integrated Medicine with an emphasis on homeopathy.  He will be greatly missed by colleagues and above all, the thousands of patients who benefited from his care.
The RLHIM Fibromyalgia Service and hospital staff will continue to provide the high quality care it has done so under the leadership of Dr Fisher. An interim lead has been appointed to treat new and existing patients.  
We have been very grateful for your condolences and kind thoughts about Dr Fisher which we will share with his family, friends and colleagues. If you would like to send a card then please address it care of:
The General Management Office, The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, 60 Great Ormond Street, London WC1N 3HR.
In response to requests we have established a charitable fund in memory of Dr Fisher and there are two ways to contribute at present.
Donations by cheque should be made payable to “UCLH Charity Dr Peter Fisher Memorial Fund” and sent to the following address, marking the cheque with the reference “Fund 1510”. 
UCLH Charity
5th Floor East
250 Euston Road
London NW1 2PG
If you are visiting the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine in person our Cashiers’ Office can accept donations by cheque or cash. You will find the Cashiers’ Office on the ground floor, opposite Reception. Again, please quote “Fund Reference 1510”. 
A JustGiving link for the Fund is being also being set up and details will be available on this page within the next few days.
Dr Raj L Sharma
Medical Advisory Board, FMA UK

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