Dr Moin Hoosein MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCS FRCR
Consultant Radiologist

 

Dr Moin Hoosein Breast Care Leicester Consultant Radiologist
I qualified from Royal Free and University College Medical School, UCL, London in 2004. During this time, I also completed an intercalated BSc, receiving a First Class Honours.
 
After completing my basic surgical rotations in London and gaining my MRCS, I obtained my higher specialist training rotation in Clinical Radiology in 2008 in the East Midlands Deanery.  I completed my Fellowship of Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) exams in 2012 and was appointed Consultant Radiologist at the University Hospitals of Leicester in 2013.  My special interests are in Breast and GU Radiology.
 
I carry out a wide range of interventional breast procedures including stereotactic and ultrasound guided biopsies (including vacuum assisted) and pre-operative wire localisations.

I was formerly the Deputy Director of the Leicestershire Breast Screening Service. I have published several papers and am also a reviewer for peer reviewed journals.
 
Interest/Procedures:
Breast and GU Radiology
CT, MRI and ultrasound
Mammography
Breast intervention including cyst aspirations/FNAC, biopsies, vacuum excisions and wire localisations
 
When not at work (very rare occurrence), I enjoy travelling, DIY work and looking after my 40 year old car.
 


Feedback from Dr Hoosein's patients:
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“Thank you very much to you and your whole team including the nurses and radiographer who did the mammogram. 
I realise this is your work but not all medical professionals communicate so respectfully or kindly. This year I had some bad experiences and I have been experiencing quite a range of symptoms which has left me emotionally and physically drained, so being treated with kindness at this time particularly means a lot.”
  
"I would like to thank you most sincerely for your extreme kindness & giving me confidence during my ultrasounds for breast surgery and talking me through the procedures with no bruising! Many thanks for your patience with a very anxious patient." 

"I felt I had to write to you and your assistant and thank you both for the way in which you dealt with my problem. You both made what could have been a stressful episode so much more acceptable by your pleasant and efficient manner."