Enhance Insurance Services are an independent London based insurance and risk management broker.

Our team of specialists have over 30 years of combined experience in providing insurance solutions to not only Medical Professionals, NHS Trusts and Private Clinics, but also to Medical Technology Companies, Multinational Pharmaceuticals and Life Science Organisations.  Our goal is to work in partnership with our clients to develop an insurance and risk management programme that is designed to meet their specific needs.

Enhance have partnered with The British College of Aesthetic Medicine and collaboratively developed a specialist Medical Indemnity Insurance Policy exclusive to BCAM Members.

The policy has been designed to ensure best value is obtained for all BCAM members, with premiums and policy excesses that reflect the unrivalled expertise of BCAM Doctors who specialise in Aesthetic Medicine.

The scheme meets BCAM’s drive to ensure best practice, protecting all members with a minimum limit of medical indemnity insurance of £5,000,000 for non-invasive cosmetic treatments and a limit of £10,000,000 for doctors performing invasive surgical procedures.

We have partnered with a panel of industry experts that include medical solicitors, qualified health and safety specialists, accountants, consultant psychotherapists and patient consultation software companies to assist in providing risk management advice, guidance and additional benefits and services for members to help robustly protect your business.

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“I am delighted that I have been able to work with Enhance Insurance Services to develop a bespoke insurance product for BCAM members.  This allows for lower premiums, defensibility as a group and additional benefits. Insurance within our industry can at times be frustrating and does not always cover what practitioners need leaving them potentially vulnerable. This scheme is designed for our members and is exclusive to them. I believe this is the way forward for the industry.”

 Dr Paul Charlson – President of The British College of Aesthetic Medicine