Huddersfield aesthetics clinic, Pretty Machine Aesthetics has been awarded CQC (Care Quality Commission) status following a stringent process, demonstrating the clinic’s commitment to the highest standards of patient care, safety and ethics.
Located in the Heritage Exchange in Lindley, the clinic was founded by Jen Vittanuova (pictured), a Registered Nurse Prescriberwith more than eighteen years’ experience working for both the NHS and some of the UK’s most prestigious private clinics and hospitals.
Currently specialising in a range of non-surgical treatments such as wrinkle smoothing, dermal fillers, lip augmentations, skin needling and chemical peels. It also stocks a range of clinician led skincare.
With registration completed, Pretty Machine Aesthetics will now be able to add further medical based services to their offering, broadening the scope of treatments available in the clinic.
The first new service to be added will be medical weight loss clinics. Client consultations will take a holistic view as to client lifestyle and diet, working with them to develop a bespoke treatment path working within the Care Quality Commission’s framework.
The CQC’s stamp of approval means that clients can be assured that they are visiting a medical establishment which operates to the highest possible standards that the CQC requires of all medical establishments in England, is regularly inspected and insured.
Managing Director and Nurse Prescriber, Jen Vittanuova said of the registration “at Pretty Machine Aesthetics, we’ve always worked to provide the highest level of medical care in a luxury environment to our clients. The values of quality, ethical care that the CQC upholds, match perfectly with our approach at Pretty Machine and I’m really proud to be operating in a regulated environment which puts the care of patients at the heart of everything we do.”