"I knew he was feeling a little bit down about not being able to see his daughter and I thought, what can we do to lift his spirits?" said care home manager Vicky.
The boy was at risk of dying soon without the surgery.
One local said: "So disappointing to hear this. Sickening."
Previously he was fined £2,000 after being convicted of firearms offences .Police scrambled a helicopter and flew overhead, after he took a pot-shot at a fox.
“They have a lot of time to make up for," said Benny Hunter, project co-ordinator at Da’aro Youth Project.
“Instead of scrutinising what colour people are or their gender or their preferences, people should understand that love really does support a family."
Social media users questioned the legitimacy of the claims, with some claiming they were "tripe".
One patient said: “F*** yourself, it’s your fault if I die because of this vaccine… I’ll take your name and I’m to get my family to sue you whenever I die after this vaccine.”
Dr Mark Dziobon said: "They are respected and well regarded by GPs and primary care teams in the area and personally having seen them in action providing GP services, I would say that they are kind, skilled and generous of their time, energy and expertise as GPs."