Peter Ramrayka

Peter Ramrayka

About Us

We are very experienced and  qualified healthcare project and general management professionals with several years experience of working in the National Health Service, the Department of Health and in a wide range of developing countries.


Led by Peter Ramrayka, a senior healthcare management consultant, former National Health Service  Chief Officer and Executive Director and an NHS Accredited Advanced Project Director Partnering  with considerable experience in the NHS, the Department of Health, internationally and in the private sector. Peter is also chair of the Institute of Healthcare Management London & Southern England Regional Council, IHM Advisor for the development of the International Special Interest Group, a visiting Lecturer at London South Bank University and member of Lewisham Health and Well Being Board. Major  projects/ assignments  include:


Development Consultant/ Strategic Healthcare Advisor   to leading multi  professional organisations  seeking opportunities on P21+, SCAPE and GPS frameworks  and developing  other forms of clinical service and capital investments procurement options  to expedite project delivery  (2011 - Current);


Department of Health P21/P21+ Implementation Advisor – London & South East  England -  Provided policy advice,performance monitoring, sytems development, mentoring, mediation, training and networking support to Strategic Health Authorities, and NHS organisations undertaking capital investment projects using P21/P21+ Department of Health national frameworks (2009 -11);


Development of Business Cases and piloting them through the various approval levels (Stakeholder Groups, Trust Board and SHA) for  two major mental health projects in South West London and St. George’s Mental Health NHS Trust – Phoenix Unit (£7m) and Wandworth Recovery Centre (£23m) both of which gained Trust, Borough, National and International Awards for design excellence and project leadership (2003-09);

Consultancy support for for Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) programme including Directorship of the first Norfolk LIFT  (2002-03)


Leading the Scottish Executive Health Department national £20M project to reconfigure patient services at the Royal Scottish National Hospital – Learning Disabilities, Larbert, Scotland (originally C500+beds) and develop community based  services in collaboration with 38 Local authorities across Scotland, resulting in the placement of  former patients in purpose built or adapted accommodation in  communities  throughout the country and closure of the hospital (1999- 02);


Health management consultancies in UK, Botswana, Pakistan and other parts of the developing world -Developing national referral hospital (in Botswana), national healthcare planning across Pakistan, decentralisation,  developing health development training Institutes (in Lahore, Punjab) Lecturer - Healthcare Management - Nuffield Institute for Health - Leeds University/ British Council (1990 - 99);


Health Board  lead with direct responsibility for coordinating the reconfiguration of learning disabilities services resulting in the phased run down and closure of Darenth Park Hospital, Dartford, Kent (C400+beds) and the development of patient centred services in communities across south London and south east England (1982-90)

GUYCON aims to work collaboratively to bring together disparate services, initiatives and views to develop coherent strategies, promote NHS modernisation themes, formulate robust business cases and identify expeditious procurement routes to optimise service delivery 

Address : 55 Morden Hill, London, SE13 7NP      Tel : 020 8692 4708      Mobile : 07885 753755      Email:

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