The College of Medicine has paid tribute to Dr Peter Fisher, Director of Research at UCLH’s Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, and physician to Her Majesty the Queen, who died in a road traffic accident in Central London on Wednesday 15th August.
Dr Fisher, 67, was a long-standing friend and member of the College of Medicine.
The College’s founder, Dr Michael Dixon, said the loss of Dr Fisher would leave a ‘gaping hole’ in the world of integrated health.
He said: ‘Peter was a charismatic leader, a brilliant doctor, and one of complementary medicine’s most important and effective champions.
‘He was a great debater and always good company – never losing his dry wit in spite of adversity.
‘He will leave a giant gap in the world of integrated health and be enormously missed.’
Read the UCLH’s tribute to Dr Fisher here