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Brian Turner

This memorial page is in memory of our friend and colleague Brian Turner.

Brian sadly passed away unexpectedly and suddenly on 3rd December 2020 at the age of 55 years.

Brian was the PACS Manager at Barts Health NHS Trust.  He had been part of the Barts Health Imaging family for 32 years, starting as a radiography student at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, then working in the trust as a radiographer, superintendent and site lead for many years before becoming PACS Manager.

His passion for his work was unbounded and he worked tirelessly until the end for the good of patients, his colleagues and the trust.

He will be truly missed by so many friends and colleagues who have had the privilege to know him.

Brian is survived by his wife Karen, son Evan, his parents, siblings and wider family.   Our heartfelt condolences go out to his family.

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Anu Balan

Dear Turner family, please accept my deepest sympathies on your loss. Brian worked closely over the last couple of years with myself and our chest radiology team on a couple of projects. His help to us and the department over the years was gratefully received and invaluable.He was well respected and hard working, and …

Rory Mackle

Karen and Evan. Very shocked and saddened to hear about Brian’s passing. I worked as a student radiographer with Brian from 2989 to 1992. He was the most decent man you could hope to meet,always happy and friendly, the type a guy you just wanted to be friends with. Anytime I hear the Saw …

Bill Wright

Karen and Evan, I feel for you both at this traumatic time and hope that you are both strong. What to say about a character such as Brian? His relaxed, happy go lucky, chirpy ways often disguised the deeply caring, intelligent, hard working chap underneath. The presence of Brian in the department at Bart’s …

Surjeet Janjuha

Dear Karen, Evan and family, So sorry for your loss, such tragic news. I would like to pass on my deepest condolences to you all. Brian was always honest and would air his opinions in such colourful ways. It is with these colours that I will remember him by. From my time knowing him, …

Paul Bland

I met Brian in 1994 as a newly qualified radiographer. He was welcoming and knowledgeable and taught me an enormous amount. He later became a friend. Brian was an old school gentleman and one of the kindest people I have ever met. His consideration for others was immense. He was tremendously funny and fascinating …

Paul Richards

Dear Karen and Evan, My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I am deeply saddened to hear of the news of Brian’s premature passing. It’s been 25+ years since I worked with you both at Barts and I have only fond memories of those times. Brian was one of life’s true characters and …

Conan Ask

Dear Karen, Evan and family, so sad to hear the news and our thoughts are with you. I only knew Brian for a short time during the setting up of the Nightingale but learning of his passing made me feel like I had lost a dear old friend. His knowledge and hard work was …

Karan Paul

Shocked and devastated to hear of the early passing of Brian. My heartfelt condolences, love and thoughts to Brian’s family. He will be missed by Barts Health family of friends and colleagues. Brian’s expertise, dedication and professionalism towards patient care in the Imaging department for 3 decades will be missed and won’t be forgotten. May …

Justin Sutton, PACS Manager, King ‘s College Hospital

Dear Karen, Evan and Family, it was with shock and great sadness that I learnt of Brian’s passing. My first recollection of Brian was at an NHS London meeting with BT many years ago. I think we were all quite taken aback by the tenacity of his interrogation of BT but secretly had no …

Salinder Phillips

To Brian’s family, friends, and all those who worked with him. So sorry to hear about Brian’s very sudden and unexpected passing. My deepest condolences to you all. I will always remember Brian with fond memories of my visits to the Royal London Hospital. He was witty, very funny with an ever so dry …
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