Well wishes flood in for Dr King on his retirement

Dr King saying goodbye to two of his biggest fans.

Dr King saying goodbye to two of his biggest fans.

Dr Derek King’s hard work in Aberdeen is coming to an end.  He held his last clinic this week and it triggered a small flood of messages thanking him for all his hard work.  We thought it would be nice to share them here.  We think it really demonstrates how important the professionals who provide such a fantastic service in Scottish Haemophilia Centres really are.

Here are just some of the comments.

Jackie and John say,

Great guy looked after my two boys well all through the 80’s and early 90’s had many encounters with him both day and night . All the very best to him for a long and happy retirement!

Lynn says,

Dr King will be missed. I hope Mrs King enjoys seeing a lot more of him. All the best for a long and happy retirement.

Danielle says,

He’ll be a big miss! X

Shelley says,

He looked after my fiancé, Craig Long in the 70s and 80s too. He will be a big miss. All the best for a well deserved retirement.

June says,

He will be missed at royal Aberdeen children’s hospital.

Lesley says,

Would like to say happy retirement to Dr Derek king haematologist at ari Aberdeen wishing you all the best and thank you for all your help.

Owen says,

This man saved my life on several occasions the first being six days old iv been a patient with him for the rest of my life 27 years he’s done so much for me and to see him go its devastating I owe him everything and more thanks so much for my life and God bless

If you’d like to add your best wishes to this page, please use the comments box below.

2 comments

  • Best wishes and thank you for looking after Owen Dalgleish for the past 28 years .
    Thank you DR.King
    From his parents Mandy and Dave

  • I would like to thank u so much for being the man who saved my life from my very early days right through to the days now if it wasn’t for u I wouldn’t be here today good luck in ur future and God bless from Owen Dalgleish

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