consultant surgeon

Meet our consultant surgeon Ken Park

Throughout August at The Aberdeen Clinic thought it would be good to let you get to know the team. This week we are going to start with the boss, consultant surgeon Mr Ken Park.   The majority of the team have been with the clinic for a long time and the expanding family... ...
staff wellbeing

Looking after staff wellbeing in warm temperatures

With summer upon us your staff wellbeing is important. Are your staff struggling with the warm temperatures?  Who is affected?  As employers we all know that productivity drops when we are subject to extreme temperature rises during the summer months. When looking at your staff wellbeing you need to remember that some employees are... ...
private healthcare

Access to self-referral private healthcare

It is commonplace to hear people talk about the lack of public healthcare and their ability to access GP services for onward referral. We want to make this process simple by allowing people to access self-referral services within private healthcare.   We understand that no one wants to be unwell and off... ...
plasic surgeon

Welcoming Mr Alistair Lowrie, Plastic Surgeon

The Aberdeen Clinic (TAC) are pleased to welcome Mr Alistair Lowrie, Plastic Surgeon to their team of consultants. Alistair will be working within our plastic surgery clinic which aims to give you the best plastic surgery treatment and deliver our best practise promise. Here are Alistair’s words of wisdom: “Having... ...
specialist cardiac assessment unit, cardiovascular assessments,

Cardiovascular assessments without a wait

Cardiovascular disease (heart attacks, strokes and vascular disease) account for up to a third of all deaths in Britain and, although these conditions have always been common as we get older, more and more younger people are affected. What is striking is that up to half of the 150,000 deaths... ...
private healthcare, NHS waiting list support, quality healthcare

Does private healthcare offer value for money?

It is an unfortunate fact that, as retirement looms, we are likely to make more use of the healthcare system. For many, this coincides with a need to decide whether to continue to pay for the private medical insurance (PMI) that had always been available through work.  Will this provide... ...