Insurance provider Hamilton Fraser has partnered with the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) to offer new policy holders a free year of membership with the JCCP.
The company explains that this is to help practitioners and clinics comply with patient safety and public protection standards following COVID-19.
Eddie Hooker, CEO of Hamilton Fraser and JCCP trustee, commented, “I am really excited about the partnership between Hamilton Fraser and the JCCP. We have a history of working together and share the same vision of raising standards and putting patient safety at the heart of the sector. Joining the JCCP Practitioner Register through this new partnership is an important way in which practitioners can play their part and show their commitment to high professional standards.”
Professor David Sines, JCCP executive chair, said, “The partnership with Hamilton Fraser to substantially increase JCCP Practitioner Register numbers is not about generating profits or income but about increasing exponentially patient safety and awareness of the need to be only treated by an appropriately qualified and experienced practitioner. This will only take place if Professional Standards Authority-accredited practitioner registers are populated with significant numbers of aesthetic practitioners. Our first partnership is with Hamilton Fraser, but I also invite and encourage other insurers in the aesthetics sector to come forward and discuss options with the JCCP.”