A company providing cosmetic surgery treatment at independent clinics in Wakefield and London without being properly registered has been ordered to pay a fine of £40,000 by magistrates in Wakefield

In addition the company was also ordered to pay the Commission's costs of £22,548.89

Amanda Sherlock, CQC Director of Operations, said: “Neither the company nor the locations where treatment was being carried out were registered so people using the service were at risk of receiving treatment which did not meet the standards required by law”

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