Loubani Mahmoud

GMC: 4469571

Hospital(s): Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Special Interests: Adult Cardiac Surgery, Thoracic Surgery

I am a Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon since 2009 and have special interest in aortic surgery and minimally invasive thoracic surgery.

Training Attended
  • Graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Medical School 1992
  • Internship in James Conolly Memorial Hospital, Dublin, Ireland 1992-1993
  • Southwest of Ireland Basic Surgical Training Programme 1993-1996
  • Vascular and Thoracic Surgery Registrar, St Vincets Hospital, Dublin 1996-1998
  • Clinical Research Fellow, Glenfield Hospital, Leicester 1998-2001
  • West Midlands Cardiothoracic Surgical Training Programme 2001-2009
Qualifications & Accreditations
Qualifications
  • MB, BCh, LRCP & SI, BAO, (NUI) RCSI Medical School 5th June 1992
  • FRCSI, June 1996.
  • MD, University of Leicester, July 2005.
  • FRCS(CTh), October 2006.
  • Diploma in Health Services Management, Keele University, July 2007
  • FETCS, European Board of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, September 2010
  • FRCS, July 2011
  • Masters in Medical Education, University of Warwick, November 2012
Current Posts
  • Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon from 1st April 2009
  • Lead for Surgery NIHR Yorkshire and Humber CRN from October 2014
  • Honorary Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery for Hull York Medical School from November 2015
  • Yorkshire & the Humber Cardiothoracic Surgery TPD from 1st August 2017
  • Director of Surgical Research and Innivation for Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust from 1st January 2018
 
Additional Information
  • Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators
  • Fellow of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Number of lung cancer operations performed in 2017:  64

Mahmoud Loubani works as part of a team of thoracic surgeons at Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Click here to see data on how this team performed in 2017, including;

  • the number of operations to remove lung cancer performed by each surgeon in the team
  • the adjusted survival rates 30, 90 and 365 days after surgery to remove lung cancer
  • the length of time (defined as median days) patients having cancer surgery at this Trust spend in hospital.
  • the percentage of patients readmitted to hospital within 90 days of surgery
  • the pooled resection rate of Trusts served by this surgical unit

This data comes from the Lung Cancer Clinical Outcomes Publication.  This project makes the results achieved by surgical teams treating lung cancer within NHS England available to the public.

The latest report covers operations performed in 2017.  More information about this project is available here.