The British College of Aesthetic Medicine exists to advance safe and ethical aesthetic medicine to the benefit of medical practitioners and members of the public. We will endeavour to provide open access to information so that patients can easily source appropriately trained and experienced doctors.
Our aim is to represent aesthetic medical practitioners in a unified manner, to maintain standards and practice ethics in aesthetic medicine.
- BCAM members are registered with the General Medical Council with a licence to practice
- BCAM members must meet the stringent requirements of the College in order to gain and retain their membership
- BCAM members must attend regular educational and scientific meetings.
- BCAM members will have an annual appraisal and 5 yearly revalidation