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About us

Mr Fayez Mustafa

Mr Mustafa joined the South Tees Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 1996 and has worked as a consultant gynaecologist since 1998. His basic medical training was undertaken at the Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt in 1983, and he became a member (1996) and subsequently Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2010.

Mr Mustafa is the consultant lead and director of the Department of Reproductive Medicine at The James Cook University Hospital, a regional tertiary centre for assisted conception where all of the fertility treatments offered by Cleveland Gynaecology and Fertility Centre are performed.

The James Cook University Hospital is part of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and as such is one of Europe’s most modern hospitals offering a range of specialist services.

Mr Mustafa is also the Person Responsible to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), the independent regulator overseeing fertility treatment and research within the UK.

The centre staff

The office in Stokesley is manned two days a week (Monday and Friday) at the following times by Jill, Mr Mustafa’s secretary –

Monday 9.30 am -1.30 pm
Friday 2.00 pm - 6.00 pm

and she can be contacted on Tel: 01642 714445 or Mobile: 07568 506857.

Jill arranges appointments, is able to answer any enquiries you may have, and deals with all patient invoicing. Please leave any messages in her absence on the answerphone provided. Alternatively visit our 'make an appointment' page and leave your telephone number or email address.

You can also make an appointment by telephoning the Fertility Co-ordinator at The James Cook University Hospital on 01642 282733.

Once your treatment has started you will be looked after by the multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, embryologists, nurses, and admin staff at The James Cook University Hospital.


The Cleveland Gynaecology and Fertility Centre is located in Stokesley, North Yorkshire, an elegant town on the River Leven. Stokesley is ideally situated between the North York Moors to the south and the industrial town of Middlesbrough on the River Tees to the north.

How to find us

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Travel Directions

From the South:
From the A1, take the A19 to Teesside. Follow this road for about 20 minutes. Take the Stokesley turning off. Turn right at the junction onto the High Street. We are just past the Town Hall.

From the North:
Leave the A1 Sedgefield exit sign posted A689, follow the A689 and signs for Teesside and the A19. Join the A19 heading South, leave the A19 at the exit for Whitby, Redcar and ICI Wilton (A174). Follow the A174 along and take the second exit sign posted Coulby Newham and Hemlington (B1365). Follow the B1365 and signposts for Stokesley. Turn right at the sign post which says Stokesley (local traffic only). Go straight over the mini roundabout and turn right at the Stokesley Motors roundabout. We are on the left of the High Street past the Town Hall.

Train stations (www.nationalrail.co.uk):
Middlesbrough Train Station is 10 miles and 15 minutes from Stokesley
Northallerton Train Station is 16 miles and 26 minutes from Stokesley
Darlington Train Station is 19 miles and 30 minutes from Stokesley

Newcastle airport (www.newcastleairport.com)
Newcastle Airport is one hour and 50 miles from Stokesley
Durham Tees Valley (www.durhamteesvalleyairport.com)
Durham Tees Valley is 30 minutes and 15 miles from Stokesley

Stokesley Taxis – www.stokesleytaxis.co.uk
Tel: 01642 712999
Boro Taxis – www.borotaxis.co.uk Tel: 01642 222222


Consultant Gynaecologist
Person Responsible and Consultant Lead
Reproductive Medicine and Surgery
GMC No: 4342625

Tel: 01642 714445
Mob: 07568 506857

51 High Street
North Yorkshire