Robin John AndrewsRowland Nicholas HillErnest Edward SpenceJames StratonAnthony de Toszeghi

BMJ 2001; 323 doi: (Published 14 July 2001) Cite this as: BMJ 2001;323:113

Robin John Andrews

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General practitioner Hereford (b Chester 1947; q Royal Free, London, 1970; DCH, DObst RCOG), died from pancreatic cancer on 9 March 2001. After house jobs, which took him around the country, Robin settled into a general practice in Hereford, in a building which included part of the city walls in its structure. In 1990 he developed brand new premises—including facilities for complementary medicine—in the south of the city. Robin's interests included running, bell ringing, and canal restorations, and he was also a Herefordshire councillor. He enjoyed his life and his work, and was working until a few weeks before his death. He leaves a wife, Polly; three children; and a granddaughter

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Rowland Nicholas Hill

Former occupational physician North England Industrial Health Service and chief medical officer Fisons plc (b 1930; q Birmingham 1953; DIH, FFOM), d 12 May 2001. Following national service in the Royal Army Medical Corps in Austria, Nicholas became interested in industrial health. After obtaining the diploma in industrial health and specialist accreditation in occupational medicine, he …

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