Mr Muhamed Al-Dubaisi

Mr Muhamed Al-Dubaisi


General Surgery

43 years of experience
20 years as a specialist

Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 4363280
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    Practices worked at

    The Wellington Hospital

    St Johns Wood, London, United Kingdom, NW8 7JA
    1,668 reviews


    Mr Muhamed Al-Dubaisi is a Consultant Breast Surgeon. He specialises in the treatment of benign and malignant breast diseases as well as management of high risk patients, and selecting patients for immediate breast reconstruction.

    He qualified from Baghdad University and undertook training a the Medical City Teaching Hospital, during which time he received a Diploma in General Surgery.Foloowing this he completed speicliaeed training in the Wessex Region (Southampton, Bournemouth, Dorchester, Swindon and Winchester).

    He is the Clinical Lead Consultant Breast Surgeon at Barnet Hospital and member of the Breast Tumour Board for North London. He is also the Lead Quality Assurance Breast Surgeon for the North London Breast Surgery Unit, one of the largest breast screening services in England. In 2011, he established the Breast Surgery Unit at The Wellington Hospital and runs a one stop breast clinic at the unit, as well as his other private practices.

    Mr Al-Dubaisi is regularly invited to speak to GP’s on the importance of early diagnosis and the latest treatment techniques.

    Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
    • Breast Cancer Genetic Testing 
    • Breast Lump Investigation 
    • Breast Reconstruction 
    • Mastectomy 
    • Breast Cancer
    • Breast Disease (Benign and Malignant) 




    • Breast Pain Management
    • Breast Reconstruction
    • Mammoplasty
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    Special interests

    • Breast Cancer
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    MB CHB University of Baghdad 1979

    FRCS (Eng) Royal College of Surgeons of England 1993

    FRCS(Gen.Surg) Intercolligiate Surgical Exam Board 2000

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