About Us

Delivering exceptional care

The Hamptons Hospital is part of Al Zahra Medical Ltd, a company owned by Sakina Healthcare and RMW Investments. We are due to open in the Summer 2023.

Our focus will be on the highest levels of clinical quality and efficiency, in a safe environment. The first phase of the hospital will provide Outpatient, Diagnostic and Elective Day Case Treatments in a wide range of clinical specialities.

We aim to support NHS Trust Hospitals and NHS Comissioners by providing additional capacity to help patients access care, particularly in light of waiting time pressures following the COVID pandemic. Additionally, The Hamptons Hospital will provide fast access for private patients.

Faster access

We offer rapid access to leading consultants, diagnosis and treatment. With no long waiting lists patients can be seen without delay getting their lives back on track faster.

Patient-led care

We know that your most important concern is the quality of care you will receive. With wellbeing at the centre of everything we do, you can feel confident of the best care.

New facilities

As a brand new hospital we benefit from the latest technology and equipment as well as fully modern, newly refurbished facilities.

Free parking

With plenty of onsite free parking, The Hamptons Hospital aims to take the stress out of your journey.


The Hamptons Hospital is an innovative multi-million-pound project, creating a new independent day hospital in the Hamptons area in the South of Peterborough.

The bright, modern facility incorporates the use of the latest building technology to ensure a quiet, clean and safe environment for patients and staff; and state of the art healthcare technology for fast, accurate diagnosis - and the best possible clinical outcomes.

There is easy access to the hospital with secure onsite free parking and a patient drop off area.

Diagnostic Department, equipped with the latest technology for a variety of clinical investigations:

  • CT scanner Canon Aquilion Prime SP. The CT room also has a Sky Factory LED ceiling offering calm and relaxing digital views of the sky
  • X-Ray GE Healthcare Discovery XR656 HD
  • Ultrasound scanners: GE Vivid and GE Logic
  • DEXA scanner


The general hospital facilities include:

  • Spacious Reception Area
  • 8 Outpatient Consulting Rooms
  • 1 Outpatient Treatment Room
  • 9 Day Care Pods and 3 Patient Bedrooms
  • 2 fully equipped Operating Theatres with Ultra-clean Ventilation and Laminar Flow
  • Endoscopy Suite encompassing 2 state-of-the-art Procedure Rooms

Executive team

Meet our experienced executive team

Imran Walji

Chief Executive Officer

Imran is the CEO of The Hamptons Hospital and has been a driving force for the facility from the very beginning. As a highly succe ssful businessman and Director of several companies, Imran has had a huge impact on mobilising HIV healthcare services throughout the county.

Nune Petrosyan

Head of Clinical Services

Nune joined The Hamptons Hospital in September 2021. Prior to that she has worked both in the NHS and the private sector as a sen ior clinical manager. Her background is theatre nursing and has advanced surgical skills in complex surgical procedures. Nune’s role at The Hamptons Hospital is to lead and inspire clinical staff in order to achieve excellence for our patients and service users. She is proud of leading and working alongside a group of highly professional and caring staff who are passionate about superior clinical standards and excellent patient care.

Gary Raffray

Facilities and IT Manager

Gary joins The Hamptons Hospital with over 20 years’ experience of working with various Health and Community Care organisations, both in the private and public sectors. As a qualified electrical engineer with experience in implementing a variety of business and healthcare IT systems he is a huge asset to the team.

Mark Robertshaw

Theatre Manager

Mark joins Hamptons Hospital with over 34 years of healthcare experience. Originally qualifying as a Registered Nurse at the Notti ngham University of Nursing he has enjoyed a wide-ranging career progressing from Staff Nurse in Theatres to Theatre Manager at Nottingham City Hospital, Peterborough District Hospital, Edith Cavell Hospital, Stamford Day Surgical Unit and Peterborough City Hospital. He particularly enjoyed caring for patients as a qualified Surgical Assistant and has 12 years’ experience as a nurse in the Army Reserve.

Cheryl Anderson

Endoscopy Manager/JAG Lead

Cheryl qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1985. Being progressive within her career she secured exciting and challenging r oles in a variety of organisations including Kettering General Hospital, Cambridge Lea Hospital and most recently The Fitzwilliam Hospital in Peterborough. As a highlight, Cheryl was head hunted for the Gynaecology Theatre Sister position at Peterborough District Hospital, where she was able to develop the laser treatment for endometriosis with a highly dedicated group of Gynaecologists and support the direct access hysteroscopy services.

Zenith Octave

Pre-assessment Lead

Zenith has over 20 years’ experience as a registered nurse, starting as a clinical nurse specialist at the West Herts NHS Trust in the Preassessment Department. During her career she has worked for the NHS and in the private sector. Her role is to lead the preassessment team to ensure a safe, caring and efficient experience for our patients.

Louise Smith

Outpatients Lead

Louise has worked for the NHS in Peterborough for 22 years, with 17 years in the ophthalmic department and maxillofacial departmen t. She has acquired many skills in running and organising a busy outpatient and day treatment unit and is perfectly placed to lead our outpatient’s team. She is Incredibly passionate about patient care and communication and is driven by the patient experience.

Maxine Moule

Ward Lead

Maxine qualified as a nurse in 1992 and has worked in various parts of the UK including Leicester, Cambridge and London in both th e NHS and private sector. She moved to London and worked at The London Clinic Hospital on Harley Street working as a surgical nurse, alongside some of the best surgeons in the country. She has had many different roles throughout her career which have developed her into the practitioner she is today from private companies, looking after patients in the community, to management in care homes. Most recently she has worked as sister at the Fitzwilliam Hospital, Peterborough with a focus in training and development including student lead for the ward.

Ruth Shroff

Perioperative Assistant

Ruth has a passion for helping people and joined The Hampton’s Hospital as a perioperative assistant in April 2022 after complet ing her open university course in Healthcare with Health Science. Ruth started her healthcare career as a volunteer at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in the maternity and the emergency department in 2017 before moving to radiology and diagnostic imaging as a health care assistant. In 2020 she gained valuable experience working as a health care assistant in the emergency department.

Ayesha Bhayani

Radiography Lead

Ayesha joined the Hamptons Hospital to lead the Imaging Department in November 2021 having previously worked for over 8 years in t he NHS. She is multi-modality trained in cardiac catheter labs, angiography and CT scanning including plain film. Her most recent role was in major trauma at Kings College Hospital, London.