AN Aberdeen clinic is leading the way in aesthetic care, with a record-breaking four nominations in an UK-wide professional awards event.
Temple Medical, a private aesthetic clinic – which is led by respected GP, Dr Sam Robson – has been nominated as a finalist in the Aesthetics Awards 2017 in more categories than any other clinic in the UK.
Temple Medical has been acknowledged for Best Clinic Scotland, Clinic Reception Team of the Year, Aesthetic Medical Practitioner of the Year for Dr Robson, and Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner of the Year for Karen Urquhart.
The Aesthetics Awards recognises excellence in medical aesthetics and endorses best practice, outstanding service, unprecedented skill and robust ethics.
Finalists will gather at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London on Saturday 2nd December, to celebrate their achievements. No other finalist has four nominations in the awards, which will be judged by a panel of consultants, doctors and world-renowned aesthetic practitioners.
Finalist, Dr Sam Robson, a member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, and a fully-qualified GP, who has over 13 years’ experience of aesthetic medicine, believes the awards play an important role in reassuring patients of a quality service.
Dr Robson said: “The Aesthetics Awards are an important testament to high standards in aesthetic care.
“By recognising our reception team, the awards highlight the importance of customer care, from the first phone call to the welcome at the clinic. The customer experience is very important at Temple Medical, as every one of our patients brings their own requirements, and we work hard to make everyone feel welcome and at home.
“We are particularly delighted for our aesthetic nurse specialist, Karen Urquhart, who is responsible for our weight loss and body contouring programme, and also holds a highly-successful problem skin clinic.
“Karen’s expertise in analysing skin health, and providing practical solutions has helped patients dramatically improve their appearance, and her kind and understanding approach has been key in helping patients make positive changes with lasting results.
“Being nominated in four categories is an outstanding achievement, not just in terms of recognition for us all, but also represents a third party endorsement of the high standards and exceptional service available at Temple Medical.
“We are all very excited about the ceremony in December, and look forward to proving that Scotland is leading the way in the ever evolving aesthetics marketplace.”
Suzy Allinson, brand director, Aesthetics Awards said: ““The Aesthetics Awards is the most prestigious awards ceremony in medical aesthetics.
“The glamorous event is held in central London on December 2nd and rewards those who ensure best practice, deliver outstanding customer service, offer innovative products, uphold strong ethics and demonstrate clinic excellence.
“This year, the entry process was more stringent than ever – with entrants having to carefully detail all aspects of their professionalism, with supporting evidence.
“We are delighted that, once again, the standard of entries was exceptionally high – demonstrating the many excellent practitioners, suppliers and products within the aesthetic specialty.
“Congratulations and best of luck to all the finalists, including the Temple Medical team, who have made it to the finalist stage in four categories. We look forward to celebrating with all our guests on the night.”
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