Current Role: Consultant Obs. & Gynaecology with a special interest in reproductive medicine and assisted reproduction. The PR of the Assisted Reproduction Unit at Hartlepool University Hospital.
Mr Hany Mostafa MBBCh, MSc, MD, PgDip, FRCOG has gained a wide experience in infertility and assisted reproduction over many years. His clinical and laboratory training for IVF & ICSI started in Essen, Germany, in 1998, parallel to his Medical Doctorate (MD) research. He then completed his formal training in infertility and assisted conception in the UK. Mr Mostafa became a fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists in September 2017.
He has been leading the fertility services in the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS trust since 2008. In addition, Mr Mostafa has worked as the Person Responsible (PR) of the Assisted Reproduction Unit (ARU) since 2010.
Mr Mostafa masters different ovarian stimulation protocols including modified natural cycle IVF. He also offers complementary procedures like endometrial scratching, time lapse photography and recurrent implantation failure clinics.
Furthermore, Mr Mostafa has also mastered the comprehensive investigation and treatment of different causes of female factor infertility, such as: ovulation (PCOS), tubal, uterine and endocrine problems. He is also experienced in the investigations and treatments of male factor infertility. He offers surgical sperm extraction including PESA vs Testicular Biopsy.
In addition, minimal access surgery, an integral part of infertility patients’ care, has formed an essential part of Mr Mostafa’s practice. He offers minimally invasive surgeries like laparoscopy and hysteroscopy for investigation and treatment of different caused of infertility. You can read more about this in the Gynaecological services section.
Mr Mostafa is dynamic and strives to provide the highest quality services and individualized patient care. Patient satisfaction in the 360 degree feedback was well above the 90th percentile. (He scored 5.9 out of 6 with 100% of the patients recommending him to a family or friend).
Teaching and education are also passions of Mr Mostafa; he completed a Diploma in Clinical Education from Newcastle University in 2016, and teaches medical students as an honorary lecturer at Durham University.