Mr Mohamed Ismail
MBChB, MRCS, PhD, FRCS(Urol)
I joined Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust as a consultant urological surgeon in 2016. I specialise in treating kidney stone and laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery for kidney diseases. I specialise in treating kidney stone disease with ureteroscopy, PCNL and ESWL (shock wave lithotripsy).
I gained a valuable experience in the management of complex kidney stone diseases and minimally invasive access treatment for kidney cancer and benign kidney diseases. I perform a high volume of flexible ureteroscopy to treat kidney stones.
I also have training and experience in laparoscopic surgery for non functioning kidneys and pelviureteric junction obstruction (PUJO). I am passionate about delivering the highest quality of clinical care and increasing the public awareness and knowledge of stone disease.
I graduated at Baghdad University in 1999 and completed my PhD degree in urology at the University of Surrey in 2009. My research concentrated on the molecular and immunological treatment for prostate cancer. I undertook my postgraduate specialist urological training in the Southwest of England. I have also completed a further 20 months of stone and laparoscopic fellowship in the Bristol Urological institute in 2015.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Mohamed Ismail at Spire include:
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MBChB / Baghdad, Iraq / 1990
Medicine and Surgery
MRCS (Eng) / Royal college of Surgeons England, UK / 2005
Basic surgical qualification
PhD / University of Surrey, UK / 2009
Doctor of Philosophy
FRCS (Urol) / Royal College of Surgeons England, UK / 2014
Advanced fellowship in upper tract laparoscopy and kidney stone treatment
Post CCT Fellowship / Bristol Urological Institute / 2015
Advanced fellowship in upper tract laparoscopy and management of kidney stone