Cosmetic Surgery & Non Surgical Treatments - Ramsay Health Care UK

Cosmetic Surgery

Ramsay Cosmetic Surgery is a leading provider of cosmetic surgery & non surgical treatments incl. liposuction, tummy tuck & breast surgery. 

Ramsay Health Care Cosmetic Surgery is dedicated to providing a personal, friendly and professional cosmetic surgery service.

Highest Clinical Standards

We are proud to work in partnership with some of the highest qualified and experienced cosmetic surgeons in the UK.

To maintain these high standards, Ramsay employ a vigorous vetting procedure. All consultants are listed on the General Medical Council Specialist register and have or still hold NHS posts. Ramsay Cosmetic Surgery hospitals meet the highest clinical standards. All surgery is carried out with full clinical support on site. If you would like to view the Commissions inspection reports for any Ramsay hospital, please visit the Care Quality Commission website.

Non Surgical Treatments

We are able to provide a number of cosmetic enhancing procedures that do not involve any incisions, surgery or general anaesthetics including acne treatment, dermal fillers, skin resurfacing and laser hair removal.

We are able to provide a number of cosmetic enhancing procedures that do not involve any incisions, surgery or general anaesthetics including acne treatment, dermal fillers, skin resurfacing and laser hair removal.

How do i find out more?

To find out more about cosmetic surgery or non surgical treatments at a Ramsay hospital close to you, contact us today.

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To find out more about cosmetic surgery or non surgical treatments at a Ramsay hospital close to you, contact us today.

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MORE ABOUT OUR COSMETIC SURGERY

Accreditations & Memberships

Specialised Consultant

Does your selected Consultant Surgeon specialise in the area of surgery you are considering and have they worked in both the NHS and the private sector for a significant length of time?

Does your selected Consultant Surgeon specialise in the area of surgery you are considering and have they worked in both the NHS and the private sector for a significant length of time?

GMC registered

Is your selected Consultant Surgeon registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) and included on the GMC Specialist Register for plastic surgery?

Is your selected Consultant Surgeon registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) and included on the GMC Specialist Register for plastic surgery?

Member of BAPRAS or BAAPS?

Is your selected Consultant Surgeon a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) or the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons?

Is your selected Consultant Surgeon a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) or the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons?

CQC registered?

Is your hospital registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and appropriately equipped with specialist plastic surgery resources?

Is your hospital registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and appropriately equipped with specialist plastic surgery resources?

Getting to know us first...

Experienced staff?

Is the hospital staffed with appropriately trained and experienced medical and clinical staff?

Is the hospital staffed with appropriately trained and experienced medical and clinical staff?

Meet your consultant?

Is your hospital willing to let you visit their facilities and insist that you consult with the actual Consultant Surgeon who will perform your operation before attempting to confirm a procedure date?

Is your hospital willing to let you visit their facilities and insist that you consult with the actual Consultant Surgeon who will perform your operation before attempting to confirm a procedure date?

Cooling off period?

Does your Consultant Surgeon and hospital advise cosmetic surgery patients to have a 14 day ‘cooling off period’ following a consultation and before proceeding with surgery?

Does your Consultant Surgeon and hospital advise cosmetic surgery patients to have a 14 day ‘cooling off period’ following a consultation and before proceeding with surgery?

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