First Clinical Aesthetics Terms and Conditions
Date: 27 / 09 / 2019
First Clinical Aesthetics Ltd.
The terms and conditions of this Patient contract apply to the supply of services by First Clinical Aesthetics Ltd under the trading name of First Clinical Aesthetics. These terms and conditions prevail over the contents of any other documents provided by First Clinical Aesthetics Ltd where a conflict in the content takes place.
- Anaesthetist – Means a medical practitioner trained in the practice of anaesthesia who is registered with the General Medical Council and has admitting privileges to the hospital where the procedure is undertaken where an anaesthetic is required by an Anaesthetist.
- Days – Where days do not mention working days then if refers to the days of the normal 7 day week including UK bank or public holiday.
- Medical Practitioner – Means a Medical Practitioner who is registered with the General Medical Council and has admitting privileges to the hospital or treatment centre where the procedure is undertaken.
- Patient – Any person who has contacted First Clinical Aesthetics, or who has entered into a contract requesting a consultation for a non surgical procedure.
- Patient Guide – Patient information in accordance with independent health care standards, brochures and any associated letters and leaflets.
- Procedure – A non surgical procedure to be performed by a surgeon or Medical Practitioner.
- Reflection or cooling off period – A period of 14 days from the date of the initial consultation with the Doctor to the date of treatment. Surgeons recommend in accordance with guidelines issued by the independent healthcare association, May 2003, “Good medical practice in cosmetic surgery” (in liaison with the General Medical Council) that patients have adequate time for reflection. Surgeons do not normally admit patients for a procedure sooner than 14 days after the initial consultation. However, in some exceptional circumstances the patient may choose to elect to sign a relevant disclaimer and undergo the procedure sooner after careful consideration of all of the benefits and risks of the intended procedure.
- Surgeon – Means a medical practitioner who is registered with the General medical council. Some of our surgeons are also fellows of the royal college of surgeons.
- Working day – Monday to Friday of any given week except for a U.K. Bank or public holiday.
- Force majeure – No party shall be liable for any failure to perform its obligations where such failure is as a result of acts of nature or unforeseen circumstances – natural disasters, utilities breakdown etc.