MBBCh, MSc, PhD, MD, MRCS, FRCS
I completed my undergraduate medical degree in Alexandria, Egypt and qualified as a doctor in 2006. I then completed my postgraduate specialist urology training in Egypt, followed by completion of renowned clinical fellowships in India and the UK (Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge).
I have been working as a Consultant Urologist in Wrexham Maelor Hospital since 2016. Sine then, I have contributed significantly to the NHS service and managed to set up a new service for minimally invasive for management for kidney stones. My contribution has been recognised regionally and I was awarded the innovation award in patient impact category in 2020.
I offer high quality, comprehensive urology service for diagnosis and treatment of general urological conditions. In addition to general urology. I have special interest in Endourology and management of urinary tract stones.
In addition to my clinical consultant position, I work closely with the Royal College of Surgeons and the General Medical Council to promote and improve the quality of surgical training across Wales.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Mohamed Yehia Abdallah at Spire include:
FRCS / London / 2018
Urology Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons
PhD / Egypt / 2017
Degree in Genitourinary Surgery and Faculty of Medicine
MRCS / London / 2014
Membership of Royal College of Surgeons
MSc / Egypt / 2012
Master Degree in Genitourinary Surgery
MBBCh / Egypt / 2006
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery
Consultant Urological Surgeon and Royal College Surgical Tutor at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.