Current status: Closed from 5th November
New government restrictions come into effect on 5th November for four weeks. We will be closed during this time. Our Skin Surgery Clinic division continues to provide medical treatments.
We look forward to welcoming you back when the time comes! Until then, we’re joining you in supporting our NHS.
What happened to my appointment? When will it take place?
We are contacting all patients whose appointment has been postponed. Our team will then contact you again as soon as we can offer you a rescheduled appointment.
What’s happening during the closure?
Our treatments are paused and we cannot offer appointments during the lockdown period. Our medical leadership will continue to monitor the latest safety evidence and government guidance ahead of reopening again.
Our Dermatology division, Skin Surgery Clinic, is still diagnosing and treating patients.
Can I make a booking now?
No, but you can join our waitlist for appointments after reopening. We expect to have high demand for appointments in December. Call or fill in the ‘Start Treatment’ form on this page.
What safety and PPE measures do you have in place?
We used the time during the first lockdown to review all our cleanliness and hygiene policies, and trial enhanced safety procedures.
We’ve reduced the time that patients spend in clinic. With the help of our medical leadership, we modified the reception and waiting areas and introduced new PPE guidelines for all staff and patients. These are specific to the type of treatment taking place.
There are more details on our Reopening Safely page.
Infection control and using PPE are not new challenges to us. As a fully regulated medical clinic, we have always been required to have strict policies and procedures in place. These were given warm positive feedback in our most recent Care Quality Commission inspection report, in Autumn 2019.