Dr Patrick Bowler receives lifetime achievement award

Dr Patrick Bowler, medical director of national cosmetic clinic chain Courthouse Clinics, has been awarded The Brinkenhoff Award for Lifetime Achievement and Services to the Industry.

Dr Bowler has been recognised for being a driving force behind increased safety standards in non-surgical procedures, and an advocate for superb customer service.

He set up Courthouse Clinics over 15 years ago, and now has 11 branches nationwide. In addition to being a founding member and Fellow of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine,  he is also a member of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. He has featured on GMTV, BBC Radio, Living TV and Channel 4’s Ten Years Younger,  writes for the Huffington Post, and is the author of “The Nervous Girl’s Guide to Nip and Tuck”.

His business partner Ron Sullivan said: “This is a truly esteemed acknowledgement from an industry that Dr Bowler has impacted incredibly deeply. It’s an honour to be a part of his work.  Dr Bowler ensures his team adopts the highest standards of ethics and professionalism, setting standards across the field.”

Bowler received the award at the Aesthetic Awards on December 7, held at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London. The award is named after the late Gayle Brinkenhoff, wife of RevitaLash developer Michael Brinkenhoff, who sadly passed away in July of this year after a long struggle with breast cancer.