An Aberdeen clinic has secured five awards at a national event which recognises leaders in the UK aesthetics industry.
Temple Medical won four awards and achieved a highly commended in the MyFaceMyBody Awards held in London last week.
It secured Best Clinic in Scotland, Best Clinic Team UK, Best Receptionist UK, the Ultimate Hall of Fame Ruby Award for three years of achievements, and highly commended recognition for the clinic’s website.
The clinic secured the most award wins of the night having been shortlisted for six of the 13 award categories.
The MyFaceMyBody Awards are considered to be the Oscar’s of aesthetic medicine, being recognised globally, celebrating innovation and excellence within a fast growing specialty.
Temple Medical, headquartered near the city’s Bon Accord Square, specialises in non-surgical treatments including weight loss, problem skin and anti-ageing. Clinic owner, Dr Sam Robson, who is a member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, and a fully qualified GP, has more than 14 years’ experience of aesthetic medicine.
Dr Robson said: “It was phenomenal to achieve such recognition from our peers at these awards, which are very well respected within aesthetics. There was a very stringent judging process involved, which includes interviews and mystery shoppers to ensure that they select worthy winners. It was a very well organised and well attended event.
“Winning four awards and being highly commended is massive kudos for the business and the team at Temple. We are a multi award winning clinic and this underlines the fact that we are experts in our field – we do it well and we offer our patients a safe and professional service.”
Dr Robson, who has been practising medical aesthetics since 2004 specialises in treating patients with dermal fillers, wrinkle relaxing injections and Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy treatment.
Temple Medical recently formed an alliance with The Aberdeen Clinic, which offers surgical cosmetic procedures which will further complement Temple’s offering to patients.