Lives of the fellows

Theodore Fisher

b.1863 d.13 July 1949
MD Lond MRCS FRCP(1908)

Theodore Fisher, after a private education, trained for his career at Guy’s Hospital, where he qualified in 1886 and won the Beaney prize for pathology. His junior appointments were at Guy’s, the Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, Blackfriars, the Royal Hospital for Children and Women and Bristol General Hospital. It was at Bristol that he first practised, being pathologist to the Royal Infirmary and physician for outpatients at the Hospital for Sick Children and Women. In 1905 he settled in Sidcup and was elected to the staff of the East London Hospital for Children. He retired to Bungay in Suffolk, but died at Gloucester. He married in 1921 Edythe, daughter of Henry Hope, of Checkendon, Oxfordshire.

G H Brown

[Times, 30 July 1949]

(Volume IV, page 490)

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