Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre
Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre

Dedicated, professional and friendly

Our clinical and administrative staff come from a diverse range of backgrounds. However, each is highly qualified in their area of expertise and approved by their professional associations and Royal Colleges. Above all, each is committed to your care and comfort.

Management & Administration

Paul Attwal

Hospital Director

Paul Attwal

Hospital Director

As Hospital Director, Paul has overall managerial responsibility for the delivery of care to patients within the treatment centre. He ensures that the treatment centre is maintained to a high standard and he takes ultimate budgetary and line management responsibility. He is responsible for effective clinical and managerial communication systems, to and from head office and within the centre.

Paul leads by example, providing management, clinical support and leadership to all our staff. He builds effective working relationships with both internal and external customers, ensuring clinical excellence and that agreed service levels and clinical outcomes are maintained.

Before joining us, Paul held a number of senior management posts within the NHS, including at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospital. He was also Assistant Director of Strategy at Newham University Hospital NHS Trust. Paul gained an MBA from De Montfort University in 2006.

Patricia Baker

Clinical Services Manager

Orthopaedics

Akbar Baboli

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Surgeons & Anaesthetists

Adam Bates

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Andras Fenyvesi

Consultant Gastroenterologist

Andras Fenyvesi

Consultant Gastroenterologist
Andras Fenyvesi

Mr Fenyvesi is a Consultant Gastroenterologist at Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre. He is also currently the Head of a Department of Gastroenterology at a major community hospital in Budapest, Hungary. He initially trained in Hungary but has international experience, having spent a year in Belgium, six months in Pittsburgh, USA, and five years in Palermo, Italy.

His special interest is gastrointestinal endoscopy - diagnostic and therapeutic - colon cancer screening and pancreato-biliary endoscopy, and inflammatory bowel disease.

Christopher Jenkins

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Ejaz Ansari

Consultant Opthalmologist

Ejaz Ansari

Consultant Opthalmologist

Mr Ejaz Ansari is a consultant eye surgeon in Kent, specialising in micro-incison cataract surgery (phaco), refractive surgery and the treatment of glaucoma. He is an expert in small incision day case cataract surgery, laser surgery, and the latest laser and surgical techniques for glaucoma.

He qualified from the University of Wales College of Medicine where he was awarded the highly competitive International Glaucoma Association Fellowship, which allowed him to undertake dedicated research towards a higher degree (M.D.). He completed his training with a highly regarded Glaucoma Fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.

Mr Ansari practices in Medway, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Frank Ahfat

Consultant Opthalmologist

Frank Ahfat

Consultant Opthalmologist

Mr Frank Ahfat qualified in medicine from Leeds University in 1989. Following training in ophthalmology in Liverpool and Moorfields, London, he was appointed consultant ophthalmic surgeon at Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust in 2000. Mr. Ahfat has a special interest in cataract surgery and retinal diseases and he leads the medical retinal service in Maidstone. He is also ophthalmology lead for Kent and Medway Comprehensive Local Research Network. Mr. Ahfat is married to Rebecca and they have three children. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to classical music and reading political and military history.

Luke Membrey

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Mahboub Hawkes

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Mahboub Hawkes

Consultant Ophthalmologist
Mahboub Hawkes

Ms Hawkes is Senior Consultant in Eye Surgery at North East London Treatment Centre with a main focus on cataract and occulo-plastic surgery.

Previously, she gained her experience in San Antonio, Texas and at the World famous Moorfields Eye Hospital in Central London.

Ms Hawkes was also a consultant at Whipps Cross, King George's and Queen's Hospitals.

Mohamed Mohamed

Consultant General Surgeon

Mohamed Mohamed

Consultant General Surgeon
Mohamed Mohamed

Mr Mohamed is a consultant general surgeon with a special interest in vascular surgery and was appointed as a consultant in 2006. He qualified from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, University of London in 1986 and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1991. He undertook postgraduate surgical training in London and the South East of England, rotating through 3 major London teaching hospitals (St. Thomas’, King’s College and Guys Hospitals) as well as large and busy peripheral hospitals such as Medway Maritime, Maidstone, and Kent & Canterbury Hospitals.

In addition to his clinical practice Mr Mohamed is actively engaged in the teaching and training of undergraduate medical students, postgraduate surgical trainees and allied health professionals. He has published several learned articles in peer reviewed journals and gives regular lectures and presentations to students and trainees. He is also an examiner in surgery for the University of London.

Mohamed Rifaat

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Shikohe Masood

Consultant Urological Surgeon

Shikohe Masood

Consultant Urological Surgeon

Mr Masood has wide experience in the management of general urological conditions with special interest in prostate disease, impotence, female and male urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, and penile and scrotal problems. He regularly teaches medical students and is responsible for the training of the junior doctors and specialist registrars. He has published numerous articles in the peer reviewed urology journals and has given many national and international presentations.

Syed Hasan

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Vaclav Stipcak

Orthopaedic Consultant

Vaclav Stipcak

Orthopaedic Consultant

Vaclav trained and qualified in the Czech Republic and worked at the General Hospital in Znojmo as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon from 2004 to 2008, when he moved to the UK. Vaclav worked at various Care UK treatment centres before joining the Will Adams Treatment Centre. He performs small hand and feet procedures, and lower limb arthroplasty surgery and has written a number of publications.

Mr Gulzar Mufti

Medical Director

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