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TRANSFORM HOSPITAL GROUP KICKS OFF SCOTTISH EXPANSION WITH GLASGOW CLINIC INVESTMENT

Monday, 28 September 2020

Fourteen new team members as business sets sights on Edinburgh and Aberdeen

Transform Hospital Group, one of the UK’s leading providers of bariatric surgery, cosmetic surgery and medical aesthetics, has begun the expansion of its business in Scotland with a five-figure investment in its existing Glasgow clinic.

Its Ingram House clinic, in Glasgow’s Merchant City, will benefit from a £60,000 refurbishment, enabling it to treat more patients thanks to increased capacity and flexibility, as well as offering a more extensive list of treatment options.

Since re-opening post-lockdown, Transform Hospital Group’s Glasgow clinic has employed an additional 14 members of staff to ensure a seamless delivery of service and care to patients undergoing surgery and medical aesthetics treatments, taking the team there to a total of 24.

Transform Hospital Group is also looking to expand across Scotland through additional facilities in key cities, with locations currently being scoped in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

Tony Veverka, CEO of Transform Hospital Group, said: “We’ve seen growing demand for medical aesthetics treatments, minor surgery, weight loss interventions and cosmetic surgery from across Scotland, so expansion here is going to prove key for us in the coming months and years.

“We’re cementing our commitment to providing the best possible service and care to patients in Scotland by investing heavily in a full refurbishment of our existing premises in Glasgow – not only improving the look and feel of the clinic, but also ensuring the availability of a wider variety of treatments as well as more consultation capacity.

“By recruiting more staff in Glasgow, we’re also able to introduce a greater degree of flexibility to suit our patients’ busy lifestyles, opening up the possibility of weekend and late-night consultations and treatments.

“Our hospitals continue to support the NHS on an ongoing basis to reduce waiting times for patients, and we can also see that more people are now choosing to follow a private pathway to have a treatment where and when they want to. Our Glasgow clinic will also be increasing weight loss services in response to the increase in obesity rates in Scotland during the pandemic.

“As well as growing our presence in Glasgow, we are exploring opportunities to establish Transform Hospital Group in other major Scottish cities. Edinburgh will be key for us, as well as Aberdeen, to ensure our expertise is more accessible to a wider range of patients.”

When the Glasgow clinic refurbishment is complete, patients will be welcomed into a brighter, more spacious reception and waiting area, while consultation space will triple thanks to the creation of two additional private consultation rooms.

Two of the existing five treatment rooms will be adapted to ensure a variety of new treatments can be offered, with one room completely dedicated to laser treatments. A selection of day surgeries will also be offered within the clinic, including scar revision and mole removal.

The refurbishment of the Glasgow clinic will commence in Autumn 2020. It will be redecorated, showing off Transform Hospital Group’s new, refreshed branding, and is expected to be completed within 12 weeks. The clinic will remain open throughout.

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Issued by Beattie Communications on behalf of Transform Hospital Group.

For more information contact:

Carla Rinaldi / 07730 415 031 / carla.rinaldi@beattiegroup.com

Julie Yeudall / 07730 415 019 / julie.yeudall@beattiegroup.com  

About Transform Hospital Group

Transform Hospital Group is a leading independent hospital, healthcare and wellbeing provider. It is a trusted partner to public and private health organisations delivering outstanding facilities, treatment and care across a wide range of clinical disciplines. With innovation, compassion and clinical excellence at its heart, Transform Hospital Group is committed to driving industry standards to ensure outstanding patient experiences.

 

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