Dr Fabian Haut
The Adult Learning Disability Service said a fond farewell to consultant psychiatrist Dr Fabian Haut as he retired from his role.
Dr Haut’s presentation at Murray Royal Hospital was well attended by colleagues and mentors past and present, along with family and friends, who all agreed he would be sorely missed.
Dr Haut has always been a passionate and knowledgeable influence in the speciality of learning disabilities and as well as his clinical work he has written book chapters, featured in many publications and been a wonderful educator for many students and staff alike.
Family, friends and colleagues gathered to celebrate the retiral of building technical lead Bill Elder and mark his achievements with NHS Tayside.
Bill started work at Ninewells in 1984 within the estates maintenance department.
During his 35 year career, he has completed many major capital construction projects including the dermatology clinic, ante-natal clinic, Dundee Midwifery Unit, Perth Community Midwifery Unit, Assisted Conception Unit and many more.
He has worked with many colleagues within virtually every department at Ninewells.
Whilst Bill officially retires next week, he has agreed to return after a short break to supervise the neonatal project on a part-time basis.
Dr Andy Yuill
Friends and colleagues gathered to bid a fond farewell to Dr Andy Yuill, Clinical Director, General Dental Services as he retired from service.
Whilst continuing to pursue a very successful career as an independent general dental practitioner in Fife, Andy joined NHS Tayside in 2002 as Dental Adviser to the Board and has worked since 2010 as Clinical Director, General Dental Services.
Dr Jane Bruce, Associate Medical Director, Primary Care Services said “whilst we offer all our best wishes to Andy and his family in his retirement, his contribution and strategic leadership within the dental profession will be sorely missed.”
Tricia Stevenson and Barbara Forry
Two staff from the ophthalmology department at Ninewells have recently retired from their posts.
Medical secretary Tricia Stevenson began her career with NHS Tayside in July 1994 and has worked in a variety of posts such as primary care, corporate services, strategic planning and change and innovation, before moving to the ophthalmology department as a medical secretary in February 2011.
Clerical officer Barbara Forry started with NHS Tayside in the ophthalmology appointments office in 2008. After eight years, Barbara took over a clerical post within the macula and IVT service where she has remained until her retiral.
Both ladies are looking forward to spending more time with their husbands, children and grandchildren.