Sk:n becomes the UK’s largest clinic group after acquiring Courthouse Clinics

Aesthetic clinic group Sk:n has purchased The Adonia Medical Group, the parent company of Courthouse Clinics, taking its portfolio to 90 clinics worldwide.

Courthouse Clinics offers a range of anti-ageing aesthetic and wellbeing treatments and the chain has 11 locations in the UK, including Birmingham, Brentwood, Esher, Haywards Heath, Hereford, London, Maidenhead, Sheffield, Southampton, Watford and Wilmslow.

Sk:n’s acquisition of the Adonia Medical Group, has cemented its credentials as the largest independent aesthetic clinic network in the UK.

Darren Grassby, chief executive at sk:n, said: “This is another great addition to our portfolio, which will allow us to reach into new clinic locations while adding greater diversity to our group. Our aim is to continue to grow and to develop while continuing to offer the same levels of service and support to all our clients and staff.

“2020 will be a very exciting year for the group. We have great confidence in the future of the industry, and we look forward to giving our clients an enhanced experience in and out of clinic.”

Paul Wilkinson, from the Adonia Medical Group added: “The acquisition is a fantastic opportunity to join forces with the largest independent aesthetics clinic network in the UK. It is an exciting opportunity for all our employees, and I look forward to working with the senior team to continue to develop our businesses.”

sk:n was acquired by TriSpan, a private equity firm, in May 2019, forming the sk:n group. It has since bought Destination Skin, Flint + Flint Clinics and The Harley Medical Group.

In other news, Simpsons Beauty group is set to open a £500,000 aesthetics salon in Hykeham, Lincolnshire.