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We are delighted to announced QHC is CQC approved

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulates all health and social care services in England. The commission ensures the quality and safety of care in hospitals, dentists, ambulances, and care homes, and the care given in people’s own homes. We are

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The 2021 AlumierMD Holiday Collection is HERE! ❄️

🥁 🥁 🥁 Drumroll, please…The 2021 Holiday Collection is now at QHC! ❄️ Treat yourself or a loved one, taking exfoliation and hydration to the next level with this limited-edition radiance-boosting kit. #LetItGlow Combined, this winter-ready duo improves the appearance

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QHC & AFCB ⚽️

📣 We are excited to announce that Quality Health Care is proud to be working in association with AFC Bournemouth Football Club. 🥅 QHC will be supporting ‘The Cherries’ compete in the Championship and the second tier of the English

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QHCs Skin Doctor gives skin advice in the Daily Mail

❗️Press release!!! ❗️🗞📰 Read Dr Rayhaneh Zahedi’s interview on skin cancer prevention featured in this Sunday’s Daily Mail Ireland this weekend! ☀️ #pressrelease #skincancerprevention #essentialskincare https://www.pressreader.com/ireland/the-irish-mail-on-sunday/20210808/283738432268196

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Botox® More than just an Anti-wrinkle treatment

Botulinum Toxin – More than just an Anti-wrinkle treatment 👉 Treatment of Migraine Headaches 🤕 Did you know that when botulinum toxin is injected into the scalp, neck, forehead, temples and/or frown area, it can help reduce headaches? Chronic migraines,

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Botox® More than just an Anti-wrinkle treatment

Botulinum Toxin – More than just an Anti-wrinkle treatment 👉 Treatment of Bruxism 😬 Did you know that botulinum toxin can be used to treat Bruxism, the medical term used for teeth grinding and jaw clenching, which is often related

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Treatment of Lumps & Bumps around the Eye

These white/yellowish marks near the eyelids are a buildup of cholesterol and lipids. In medicine we call them Xanthelasma and they are benign. They are more often a cosmetic concern rather than actual cause of symptoms and they can be

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