Lives of the fellows

Ibrahim Fathallah Hayali

b.15 October 1915 d.?
MD Baghdad(1938) MRCP(1948) FRCP(1977)

Ibrahim Fathallah Hayali was a consultant physician in Baghdad, Iraq. He was born in Mosul, Iraq. His father was Fathalla Hayali. He was educated at a local secondary school in Mosul and then, in 1932, entered the Royal College of Medicine in Baghdad, qualifying in 1938.

Between 1938 and 1945 he was a tutor in clinical medicine at the Royal College of Medicine in Baghdad, and also a senior registrar at the city’s teaching hospital. From 1949 he was a consultant to private hospitals in Baghdad and ran his own clinic.

In 1972 he was made a Knight of the Order of St Gregory the Great by Pope Paul VI.

At the time of his election to the fellowship of the RCP in 1977 he listed music and sports as his interests and hobbies. He remained unmarried.

RCP editor

(Volume XII, page web)

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