‘GENTLEMAN’ Heartbreaking tributes pour in for ‘kind and caring’ Cork University Hospital nurse after tragic death
A Cork University Hospital Clinical Nurse Manager died in an accident in India.
Mohiddeen Khan’s accident in Pakistan on Monday left him with a wife and three children in Cork.
Many praised the “true gentleman” nurse.
“Even in the wee hours, he was kind and gracious,” said a colleague.
“Soft-spoken colleague. Take care of each other, love and hugs to you all.”
“One of the kindest people I’ve ever met.” A nurse, manager, and father. His family’s tragedy. Moh, rest in peace.
Third: “Always cheerful and kind. Moh enjoyed working.
“A huge loss for ED CUH and his family. Moh, RIP.”
IANAS said: “Mohiddeen Khan’s death saddened NAS staff in Cork.
“Our thoughts are with his family and CUH colleagues”
University College Cork staff honored Mohiddenn, who studied emergency nursing there.
“May he rest in peace,” it tweeted. His family and friends have my condolences.
The nurse’s patients remember his care.
One said, “An amazing CNM who cared for me and always popped into Paed ED when he saw my son’s name.
Always smiling, even behind the mask.
Also this week, a “wise and kind” DCU law professor died.
Vicky Conway, law and government professor at DCU, died unexpectedly.