Legal Disclaimers, Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions
Harley Buttock Clinic / Harley Clinics
© 2014-2020 Director Dr Gary Horn GMC 4267803 is ultimately responsible for the outcome of surgical and non-surgical procedures. ET Trading Ltd trading as Harley Buttock Clinic / Harley Clinics acts as an introducer and facilitator and does not carry out medical procedures or employ medically trained staff. Registered office address 85 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 7LT. ET Trading Ltd acts as a credit broker and offers credit products from Paybreak Limited t/a Afforditnow. Credit approval is subject to age and status and approval by third-party credit providers.
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Individual results may vary
Your individual results may vary from the average or typical patient.
Please see the respective procedure pages for further information about the procedure and risks and benefits involved. This information is in addition to the information provided during your medical consultation. If in doubt, consult your surgeon.
Every surgeon and Doctor should have up to date medical indemnity insurance and you are advised to inquire of your surgeon and doctor to check the most up to date position in this regard prior to proceeding with any surgical or medical treatment. Post-operative Nursing care is also undertaken by Nurses who are self-employed contractors and they are responsible for maintaining their registration with the Royal College of Nursing.
It is important to note, therefore that:
The decision to proceed with surgery is entirely between the Patient and the Surgeon.
The information accessible from websites of Harley Buttock Clinic and other communication contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including statements with respect to the potential benefits of medical procedures, and successful treatment of a medical condition of the patient. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements.
The patient agrees to provide the surgeon with a full, honest and accurate account of their medical history as required. The patient understands that withholding information would be detrimental to him or her health and safety and could compromise the result of surgery. In the event that the Doctor or Surgeon discloses aspects of the medical history that were not disclosed at the time of consultation, they reserve the right to cancel the procedure in the interest of patient safety. In such cases, any fees paid by the patent are not refundable.
The patient agrees to notify the surgeon of any change to his or her medical history between the period of consultation and the operation date. The medical team reserve the right to delay or cancel the surgery after considering such amendments to the medical history.
Harley Buttock Clinic reserves the right to alter the patient’s admission date and/or time of admission. The patient agrees that no consequential loss will be payable in such cases. Changes to surgery date are only ever made in unavoidable circumstances.
You must sign all documents as required to do so by your surgeon. By signing such documents you fully agree to the procedure(s) as outlined and discussed with the surgeon. By signing such documents you confirm that you understand the benefits, risks and complications of the procedure undertaken, and you accept them.
You will also be required to sign a medical consent form at the hospital, prior to the commencement of your operation.
You have been informed by your Surgeon that not having the surgery is also an option.
Terms and Conditions – Surgeon
The fee quoted for your surgery will include surgery, hospital and anaesthetist fees. In most circumstances, basic pre-screening tests are not included in the price.
All fees must be received in full; 14 days prior the date of your surgery. If fees are not received by the due date, The Surgeon reserves the right to cancel your operation
The patient agrees to provide the surgeon with a full, honest and accurate account of their medical history as required.
The patient agrees to notify the surgeon of any change to his or her medical history between the period of the consultation and the operation date.
The medical team reserves the right to delay or cancel the surgery after considering such amendments to the medical history.
You confirm that you are over 18 years of age.
The Surgeon reserves the right to alter the patient’s admission date and time of admission. The patient agrees that no consequential loss will be payable in such cases. Changes to surgery date are only ever made in unavoidable circumstances.
You must sign all documents as required by your surgeon. By signing such documents, you fully agree to the procedures as outlined and discussed with the surgeon.
By signing such documents, you confirm that:
You understand the possible benefits, risks and complications of the procedure undertaken and accept them.
You understand what to expect from the operation.
You will also be required to sign a medical consent form at the hospital, prior to the commencement of your operation.
You have been informed by The Surgeon that not having surgery is also an option.
A deposit of at least £1,500 is required to book in for surgery.
Should you decide to reschedule or cancel your operation, fees will be incurred as outlined below:
– Changes to your operation date with 10 calendar days’ notice given: £100.00
– Cancellation made over 21 calendar days prior to the surgery date: £ No fee.
– Cancellation made 21 calendar days prior to the surgery date: 50% of the total deposit
– Cancellation made 10 calendar days or less prior to the surgery date: 100% of the deposit.
A deposit is required by the clinic to reserve a surgery slot at the private hospital where your surgery will be undertaken. The clinic is charged cancellation fees by the hospital, and incurs other costs when patients change their mind. This is the reason for the deposit.
Cancellation due to medical conditions, which were disclosed at the consultation, are allowable without any charge. In such cases, we require a letter from your family doctor and /or specialist in this regard.
Cancellation due to medical conditions that were not discussed at consultation will be subject to the cancellation fees, as set out previously in the document. If your surgery is abandoned intraoperatively, The Surgeon will retain fees to cover surgery fees, hospital fees, anaesthetic fees, pre-operation test and administration costs. Operations reserved subject to consultation with the surgeon may be cancelled without any charge. Any fees paid by the patient, prior to consultation with the surgeon will be refunded in full provided that the patient has attended the consultation.
The Surgeon is directly responsible for your aftercare. It is important that you attend on the date requested by The Surgeon. Failure to attend your aftercare appointments can compromise the results of your surgery. Failure to attend your aftercare appointments will invalidate your readmission policy.
If, after one year from the date of your surgery, your surgeon feels that future surgery is required to obtain the results anticipated, The Surgeon will consider making a contribution to the surgical cost, or, he might consider not asking for surgical fees, but rather only the hospital and anaesthetist fees.
If your surgeon decides that the results of your surgery are within acceptable limits, then future surgery would incur additional fees. Your surgeon will make the ultimate decision.
If during the year following your surgery, you have a complication which is directly related to the surgery, you will not have any fees to pay to have a correction of this complication.
If during the year following your surgery, you have a complication which is not related to the surgeon’s work, you will have to pay for surgical fees, anaesthetist fees, and hospital fees.
Failure to follow the correct post-operative advice of your surgeon and changes in lifestyle, illness or the ageing process are not covered by the aftercare policy and in such cases, additional fees will be payable for any future surgery undertaken.
The patient agrees to the disclosure of his or her medical records to surgeon, doctor, anaesthetists, nurses and other medical staff a deemed by the surgeon
The patient agrees to the surgeon to make enquiries of the patient’s general practitioner when required, in order to obtain information regarding the patient previous medical history or in the event of assisting the post-operative care of the patient.
Pre-and post-operation photographs will be taken for your medical records; such photographs are held by the surgeon who is not able to supply copies of such photographs.
The laws of England should apply to the terms and conditions as set out here and the court of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
Included in the procedure cost are:
The services of the Surgeon for your operation.
- Anaesthetist services if required
- Postoperative check ups
- Operation theatre/clinic/hospital charges for carrying out the required procedure;
The Fee does not include:
- Medical insurance
- Any procedure not included at your consultation
- Transport to and from the hospital unless specified.
- Additional expenses not specified in any Pre-Consultation meeting
- Additional costs incurred by weather or failure of transport services or other circumstances beyond the control of Harley Buttock Clinic.
Known Pre-existing Medical Conditions
Doctors and Surgeons will not perform any procedure that might have negative effects on the patient’s health You must tell your Doctor about any pre-existing conditions, medications you are taking and previous procedures or surgery undertaken
Should complications arise because of your pre-existing conditions including but not limited to diabetes, hypertension etc. these will be deemed your responsibility. Harley Buttock Clinic will not be held responsible if any complications arise because of any pre-existing medical condition which is known to you.
You understand and accept that if you smoke tobacco you are at increased risk of postoperative complications including, but not limited to, wound complications, delayed healing and recovery.
All surgical and medical procedures carry some degree of risk, anyone undergoing surgery accepts a that some risks are beyond the control of the doctor, and can include for example; your individual healing ability, how you take care of yourself after surgery, unforeseen or unknown medical conditions beyond the control of the doctor.
The patient agrees to the disclosure of his or hers medical records to the surgeon, doctor, anaesthetists, nurses and other medical staff as deemed by the company or the surgeon.
The patient agrees to the surgeon and his or her representative to make enquiries of the patients general practitioner where required in order to obtain information regarding the patient previous medical history or in the event of assisting the post-operative care of the patient.
Pre and post-operation photographs will be taken for your medical records, such photographs are held by the surgeon and Harley Buttock Clinic.
The laws of England shall apply to the terms and conditions as set out here and the court of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
The Patient understands and agrees that medical devices given to Patients postoperatively such as, but not limited to, post-operative pressure garments, genital weight devices and medications are not returnable or refundable.
Harley Buttock Clinic shall not in any way be liable for any damages, however, arising out of use or misuse of the websites, or acting on information given in the websites or information provided by any employee or associate of Harley Buttock Clinic, whether based on fact, tort, strict liability, or otherwise.
I CONFIRM THAT I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS PRESENTED I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO ASK QUESTIONS AND I AM SATISFIED WITH THE ANSWERS GIVEN. I ACCEPT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS SET OUT HEREIN.
I ACCEPT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS SET OUT HEREIN.