Care Quality Commission Registered
Cosmetic enhancement is almost as old as civilization itself and with the recent fusion of technology and knowledge, more and more people are interested in turning on the power of radiant skin.
Dr V J Vadgama
In response to this need Dr. V J Vadgama founded Woodbury Dental and Laser Clinic, Kent and this designated cosmetic facility provides a tasteful, unique, private atmosphere for those seeking individual cosmetic consultations, physician-grade skin care products and the most technologically advanced aesthetic treatments available in the Weald of Kent Area.
With accelerated developments and new techniques, procedures are safer than ever and results are more natural looking. Therapeutic, physician-developed skin care products and the newest, most effective non-invasive skin correction treatments are used alone or in combination to provide a range of solutions and new options for patients.
Mrs H V Vadgama
The vast range of choices available in the world of aesthetic medicine make it possible to dramatically improve your appearance without resorting to surgery. At our centre highly trained staff work with the Mrs H V Vadgama to provide the individual attention, instruction and follow up that are essential to achieving results. As an integral part of a diverse group, each member is a highly trained professional in his/her respective area of expertise. The vast amount of knowledge, training and experience is complemented by a caring, patient-centered approach to daily activity.
Can’t make your mind up! – Just pop in and have an informal chat to understand the benefits ,ease and safety with which these treatments can be delivered. We pride in our ability to marry the art and science of aesthetic medicine and dentistry to formulate optimum treatment programs to achieve outstanding enhancements.
Care Quality commission is an independent body, set up to promote and drive improvement in the quality of healthcare and public health.
It’s their job to check that healthcare services are meeting standards in a range of areas, including safety, cleanliness and waiting times.
They have a statutory duty to assess the performance of healthcare organisations, award annual performance ratings of private clinics and coordinate reviews of healthcare by others.
Their main duties are to:
- Assess the management, provision and quality of nhs healthcare and public health services
- Review the performance of each nhs trust and award an annual performance rating
- Regulate the independent healthcare sector through registration, annual inspection, monitoring complaints and enforcement
- Publish information about the state of healthcare
- Consider complaints about Private organisations that the organisations themselves have not resolved
- Promote the coordination of reviews and assessments carried out by themselves and others
- Carry out investigations of serious failures in the provision of healthcare
In carrying out their duties, they are required to pay particular attention to:
- The availability of, access to, quality and effectiveness of healthcare
- The economy and efficiency of the provision of healthcare
- The availability and quality of information provided to the public about healthcare
- The need to safeguard and promote the rights and welfare of children and the effectiveness of measures taken to do so