Linda Mather is a registered General Nurse and Independent Nurse Prescriber with over 30 years experience within the NHS. For the past ten years, she has run her own businesses. Linda opened Chamonix clinic in 2008 and opened her second clinic in Sunderland a few years later.
In 2012 Linda developed a nurse’s forum called the Northern Cosmetic Nurses Forum, which then became the regional branch of the BACN.
In 2015 Linda won the prestigious British Journal of Nursing Award for Aesthetic Nurse of the year and joined the editorial board for the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, where she has published works about workforce development and nurse prescribing. Linda is currently working alongside Northumbria University as a practice placement educator and has helped to develop and evolve the current Masters in Aesthetic Medicine. She holds a PG Cert In Aesthetic Medicine and also in Education. 2017 saw her win student of the year for Northumbria University. She is currently working towards a full Masters with Northumbria. She is frequently a guest of BBC Radio Newcastle where she gives her opinion on topical cosmetic and general issues in the news. She has also appeared on programmes such as BBCs Inside Out in an attempt to change bad practice.
Linda also runs her own Aesthetic training company and has worked as a regional trainer for Teoxane UK.
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Victoria Molloy qualified as a Registered General Nurse (adult) in 2011. Since qualifying, she has worked within the NHS as a Staff Nurse within the community. She also worked in the Private Sector as a Staff Nurse in Cosmetic Surgery. In 2015 she was trained in Aesthetic Medicine by Linda Mather at Aesthetic training U.K. and has since worked as part of the Chamonix team delivering a wide range of injectable treatments such as Toxin and Dermal Fillers. She is also trained to level II of the I-ACT syllabus for Colonic Hydrotherapy. Vicky has carried out extensive training in skin care and is now part of the Allergan development programme for Dermal Fillers.
REGISTERED GENERAL NURSE
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Kevin & June
When contacting the Chamonix clinic your first point of contact will be either Kevin or June. Kevin and June ensure the smooth running of the clinic and are there to help you to feel welcomed and to answer any of your queries, even if its to ask the bus numbers to the clinic! Both have worked for Chamonix since its doors opened in 2008. Both are friendly and supportive and will look after your needs during your visit.