The CQC is the UK’s independent regulator of health and social care that sets and assesses standards of care across the healthcare industry. Upon inspection, the CQC found that the Regenerative Clinic either meets or exceeds the standards in the crucial areas of assessment, which ask whether services safe; effective; caring; responsive; and well-led. Overall, the Regenerative Clinic was deemed a ‘good’ healthcare clinic.
“This is an incredible endorsement for our team,” said Simon Checkley, CEO of the Regenerative Clinic. “I am so proud of the work it has done over the last two years to establish our clinic, and in doing so establish a global centre of excellence for regenerative treatments. We have gone out of our way to provide an outstanding service for our patients, and, in rigorously recording their experiences, are innovating an entire new treatment pathway for conditions like osteoarthritis in the future.”
The Clinic incorporates a wealth of treatments, including Lipogems, a technology that prepares fat cells to trigger a healing response when injected directly into the affected area; Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which involves drawing blood from a vein in the arm and processing the blood in a centrifuge to extract the platelet rich part of the blood; and AMPP, a combination of the two that uses ultrasound guidance to target areas causing pain. The Clinic is led by Professor Adrian Wilson and his team of specialist Harley Street consultants, each one an expert in their own field (orthopaedic, radiology, gynaecological, spine, maxillofacial and cosmetic).
“The Clinic is only as good as the world-class team that we have assembled, and our thanks and congratulations go to our team of surgeons, clinicians, nurses and administrators for the part they have played in our success to date,” added Checkley. “Here’s to a great future.”