Fitzwilliam Private Hospital,

Milton Way, South Bretton
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 9AQ

Secretary: Alison Hill -

        Phone: 07533 567161

Dr Manaan Kar Ray
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MBBS, MRCPsych, MS (Psychotherapy), Msc (Psychiatry)

Clinical Responsibilities

Private Clinics on Saturday at Fitzwilliam Hospital, Peterborough

Contact Alison Hill on 07533 567161 or alison.hill22@nhs.net

Clinical Director Acute Care, Consultant Psychiatrist, Crisis Team, Cambridge.

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Private: Dr Kar Ray holds practicing privileges at:

Peterborough: Fitzwilliam Hospital,  Milton Way, South Bretton

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 9AQ (Patients from South Lincolnshire, Stamford, Spalding, Boston, Wisbech, March, Crowlands)

Cambridge: Coach House Clinic, Anstey Hall, Maris Lane, Trumpington, Cambridge, CB2 9LG (Patients from Cambourne, St Ives, Essex, St Neots)

Huntingdon: Mulberry Private Healthcare, Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Hinchingbrooke, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE29 6NT (Ely, Ramsey)

GPs, Patients, Family can email my private secretary Alison Hill at alison.hill22@nhs.net or ring 07533 567161


Initial assessment (up to 90 minutes)- 300£,

Follow up appointments (up to 45 minutes) - 200£s

Clinical Director (Acute Care) CPFT: Dr. Kar Ray is responsible for ensuring smooth running of the acute division and accountable on delivery of all KPIs, quality, patient safety and financial. Overall he is responsible for 21 teams (14 wards and 7 Home Treatment Teams), spread across primarily two hospital sites: Fulbourn Hospital in Cambridge and Cavell Centre in Peterborough.

Consultant Psychiatrist for Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHTT): Dr. Kar Ray's principal clinical role is that of the CRHTT Consultant for Cambridge and its surrounding villages. The team provides rapid assessment and alternatives to admission for adults of working age (17 - 65). The catchment area covers an approximate population of 150,000 in this age group. In addition to the gate keeping role for all admissions,  the team works closely with the inpatient wards to facilitates early discharge and provide home treatment. Mental health practitioners in the team come from varied backgrounds (nurses, social workers, support time and recovery workers) providing a good skill mix. A range of therapeutic options (pharmacological and psychological) are used in home treatment. The team also works closely with carers and families and provide psychoeducation. Depending on treatment outcomes and complexity of the episode, patients are either discharged back to primary care or are referred to the community mental health teams for follow-up.