Statement of Purpose


Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008, (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 and the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009, Regulation 12, it is a requirement that all health and social care providers produce a Statement of Purpose, in relation to the Hospital’s regulated activities.

Hospital Details

The service provider at Kinvara Private Hospital is The Karri Clinic and is registered with the CQC (ID: 1-2011633791)

Contact details:

Address: 2 Clifton Lane, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 2AJ

Telephone: 01709 464200


Registered Manager

The registered manager for the purpose of the Act is Mr Vasu Karri, who is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon and holds the position of Medical Director.

Contact details:

Address: 2 Clifton Lane, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 2AJ

Telephone: 01709 464200


Aims and Objectives

The aim of Kinvara Private Hospital is to be the leading provider of independent healthcare in South Yorkshire. Patient-centred care and clinical excellence are the core components of the service provided at Kinvara, and our staff are committed to meeting our objectives:

  • To provide health care services that are patient-centred, high-quality and safe.
  • To continually strive for the best clinical outcomes across all regulated activities.
  • To respect patients’ right to independence, privacy, dignity and their right to make informed choices.
  • To provide a hospital environment that is fit for purpose, clean and conducive to minimising infection.
  • To ensure all patients are aware of the procedures of making compliments, comments and complaints.
  • To value feedback from patients, visitors and staff, in order to evaluate our performance, and respond to complaints/concerns appropriately and effectively.
  • To provide equality of opportunity, continuing education and development to all our staff.
  • To collaborate with other healthcare organisations when required, for the benefit of our patients.

Kinvara Private Hospital promotes a culture of clinical excellence, which incorporates principles of good clinical practice, evaluation through quality control, assessments by external bodies and recognised accreditations.

All patients are able to access the health care services at Kinvara Private Hospital, whether they are insured or self-funding. Clinical care is provided in partnership with patients, their carers and relatives, respecting their diverse needs, preferences and choices.

Regulated Activities

The service provider at Kinvara Private Hospital is The Karri Clinic, which is registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide the following regulated activities:

Treatment of disease, disorder or injury

Outpatient services are provided for patients 18-65 and 65+ years of age.

A range of treatment options and support services are provided i.e. Pre-operative assessment, Dietetics, Dermatology and Medical Cannabis.

Only minor surgical procedures, under local anaesthetic, are carried out in the Outpatient Department.  An extensive range of surgical procedures are carried out on a day case/inpatient basis and performed under regional block, sedation, local, spinal or general anaesthesia.

Surgical procedures

A range of surgical procedures within Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, Gynaecology, Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery, Hand Surgery and Chronic pain are provided to adults.

Spinal surgery, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, endoscopy, colorectal surgery, ophthalmology, termination of pregnancy is not performed at Kinvara

Medical Cannabis Clinic for Chronic Pain

This service is provided to adults by a Consultant in Pain Management and may involve prescription of medical cannabis for the treatment of chronic pain. Medical cannabis is not dispensed at the hospital.

Departmental Provision To Support The Regulated Activities

Outpatient Department

The department comprises 2 consulting rooms which are rented to consultants for the purpose of carrying out their practice; 1 treatment room / phlebotomy room.  A number of Consultant across medical and surgical specialities, use the consulting rooms to see the patients and perform minor treatments if necessary.

Nurse led services including pre-operative assessment, travel vaccinations and phlebotomy are also available.

The department is fully equipped and staffed from 09:00 – 17:00 weekdays and in the weekday evenings on an ad-hoc basis.

Pathology Department

Laboratory services are outsourced to Rotherham Hospital NHS Trust or independent providers. All services are accredited by UKAS and certified with ISO 17025.          

Operating Department

Kinvara Private Hospital has two operating theatres both of which have ultra-clean laminar flow systems for implant surgery.  These are supported by fully equipped anaesthetic rooms and a three-bed recovery area.

All surgical procedures are carried out by Consultant Surgeons, supported by a range of anaesthetic options provided by Consultant Anaesthetists.

The professional personnel working within the Operating Department are either qualified Registered Nurses or Registered Operating Department Practitioners. These are supported by healthcare assistants and a theatre manager.

The Consultant Surgeons use either single-use instruments or reusable instruments which are decontaminated and sterilised offsite at Rotherham Hospital NHS Trust.


The Hospital has one ward comprising 4 single bedrooms and en-suite bathroom, a two-bed bedroom with a shared disabled-accesible wet-room and a 4 bed day-case ward. Each bed is equipped with piped oxygen, nurse call system, WiFi and lockers for valuables.

All clinical staff have the appropriate qualifications and experience to undertake the work for which they are employed. All healthcare professionals are registered with and regulated by the appropriate governing body, such as the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and the General Medical Council (GMC).

Nursing staff on the ward are fully trained and qualified to care for patients in a compassionate and professional manner. The hospital Clinical Governance framework ensures standard of care is continuously monitored and maintained to a high level. 

Nursing staff adhere to best practice guidelines, recommendations by their professional body and regulatory requirements.

In case of medical emergency, nursing staff and the resident medical officer are trained to stabilise the patient, in preparation for transfer to Rotherham Hospital NHS Trust. A formal transfer arrangement is in place for such emergencies.

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