Miss Ishrak Hamo
Miss Ishrak Hamo MB BCh MCS FRCSI
Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon
Miss Hamo trained as a general surgeon and was the first female in Sudan to attain a Masters degree in Clinical Surgery and qualify as a Surgeon.
She initially moved with her family to the UAE before completing her higher surgical training. She worked as a surgical registrar in Zayed Military Hospital in Abu Dhabi. Miss Hamo then returned to Sudan to complete the remaining 6 months of her training. She ranked as the top candidate to attain the MCS, in both her examination and dissertation.
Subsequently, Miss Hamo was appointed to an academic post for 5 years at the then newly established Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences in Al-Ain University, UAE.
Miss Hamo was and remains active in her charity work addressing women promotional programs through NGOs in the UAE and UK. She was the President of Sudanese Women Association in UAE for four consecutive years.
She has practised as a consultant surgeon abroad since 1982 before moving to University College Hospital, London to gain further experience in breast surgery, her speciality of interest.
She undertook more Oncoplastic Breast surgery training in the Royal Liverpool and Whiston Hospitals.
In 2004, Miss Hamo started working as Consultant Breast and General Surgeon in London. She has practised across hospitals in the UK, including The Royal Marsden.
In her post in the Isle of Man, Miss Hamo led and developed the breast services and introduced breast reconstruction, sentinel node biopsy and multidisciplinary meetings, conducted for the first time on the Island. The President of the Association of Breast Surgeons (ABS) applauded Miss Hamo’s efforts and expressed that the then established breast service met and exceeded the requirements of a modern breast unit established by the ABS.
Miss Hamo specialises in and performs all Oncoplastic breast surgical and reconstructive procedures including therapeutic mammoplasty implant-based & pedicle flap breast reconstruction, breast reduction and augmentation.