Laser Clinics Australia unveils recognition program for nurses

Laser Clinics recognition nurses
Australian Registered Medical Professionals at Laser Clinics. (Source: Supplied)

Laser Clinics Australia (LCA) is launching a series of events to recognise the importance of the nursing profession within its business. Registered Nurses at Laser Clinics specialise in non-invasive procedures, such as laser, body sculpting and cosmetic services.  

Kathryn Bran RN, LCA’s group head of inject and body, said more than 400 registered cosmetic nurses work for the group. Globally, they administer more than 16,400 cosmetic services each month.

“At Laser Clinics, we foster progression within our network of nurses at every step, from individual development plans and preceptorship/mentoring programs to franchisee opportunities and ongoing access to industry meetings, events and training,” she said.

LCA Adelaide, Elizabeth, Orange, Runaway Bay and Wagga Wagga are all franchised to registered nurses.

More than 80 per cent of LCA nurses come to the business from hospital backgrounds, with many balancing hospital roles alongside their aesthetic work with Laser Clinics. 

The celebratory events are timed to coincide with International Nurse Day on 12 May.

On the day Laser Clinics will host a series of morning teas to acknowledge the exceptional efforts of its nurses. Each nurse in the network will receive a gift of products and sweet treats and a thank you card from Laser Clinics Group CEO, Neil Lake. 

Laser Clinics will be running social media competitions across individual clinics globally, so that local Registered Nurses can be nominated by the community to win a $250 gift voucher at their local Laser Clinics.