17 December 2017
Team: Mr Haney Youssef

Mr Haney Youssef  MBChB, PGCertMedEd, MScR, FRCSEd
(GenSurg)


Haney Youssef graduated from the University of Birmingham
Medical School in 1997 and is trained as a specialist
colorectal and general surgeon. He joined the trust in
2011 after completing a specialist fellowship in the
surgical treatment of peritoneal malignancy and advanced
bowel cancer in Basingstoke. His main clinical interests
are treating patients with peritoneal carcinomatosis from
bowel and appendix tumours, the treatment of recurrent
bowel cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. He is setting
up and running the Peritoneal Tumour Unit at HEFT, the
only unit of its kind in the Midlands. He also performs
colonoscopy, laparoscopic colorectal surgery , anorectal
procedures (including piles, fissures and fistula surgery)
and other laparoscopic general surgical procedures.


His research interests include peritoneal malignancy,
pseudomyxoma peritonei , reduction of surgical wound
infections and cardiac complications after bowel cancer
surgery. He is currently the principal investigator for a
randomised control trial investigating the reduction of
post-operative nausea and vomiting after bowel surgery. Mr
Youssef also has an interest in medical education, having
completed a postgraduate certificate in medical education
at Dundee University, and is the lead for surgical
teaching of undergraduate medical students at Good Hope
Hospital.