Mr Al-Musawi is a very experienced Laparoscopic (KeyHole) surgeon. He graduated with an MBChB in 1985 from the University of Baghdad, Iraq and did his training at the Iraqi Society of Surgical Specialities. His research was on the pathophysiology of anal fissure treated with mini surgery, which resulted in unique and pioneering contributions in the form of publications, presentations, and lectures.
Mr Al-Musawi spent twenty one years working in Iraq before moving to the UK where he became a Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 2008. He started his NHS career in St Bartholomew Hospital. He continued his clinical and academic journey and was granted with Speciality Board FRCS in General Surgery in London. He received training for laparoscopic colorectal surgery and upper GI surgery.
Mr Al-Musawi moved to NWLH NHS Trust in October 2010 and his current post involves Gastrointestinal, Laparoscopic and Daycase Surgery with a very strong commitment to teaching.
He is now a Consultant at Northwick Park Hospital, part of the London North West University Hospitals Trust, where he is now part of a team setting advanced biliary surgery. Mr Al-Musawi also provides General and emergency surgery services to the community and is an experienced endoscopist providing diagnostic services for gastroscopy.
Mr Al-Musawi is very passionate about training junior doctors and young surgeons. He has been awarded Honorary Lecturer title by Imperial College Medical School and is an Educational Supervisor for Junior doctors and surgeons in training.