Dr Peter Fisher
02/09/1950 – 15/08/2018
It is with heavy heart that we have to report on the death of Dr Peter Fisher, who tragically died in a road accident while cycling to work at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM) yesterday morning.
Peter Fisher was internationally respected and loved. A great loss to his family and friends, to the homeopathic community, his colleagues and patients at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.
Dr Fisher was a Consultant Physician and Director of Research at the hospital and for many years, he was also its Clinical Director.
A graduate of Cambridge University and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and the Faculty of Homeopathy, he was a widely published expert in rheumatology and of integrated approaches to healthcare – especially homeopathy.
Dr Fisher chaired the World Health Organisation’s working group on homeopathy and was a member of WHO’s Expert Advisory Panel on Traditional and Complementary Medicine.
Among his many achievements and positions, he was one of the world leaders in homeopathic research. He was also a physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Household.
But over and above this, he will be remembered as a kind and compassionate doctor, a brilliant mind and a good friend.