Alex graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast. Alex studied both Nursing and Law. She has been working in the field of aesthetic medicine for over a decade and is the founder of AM Aesthetics, one of Belfast’s busiest aesthetic clinics with an outstanding reputation for “natural results.”
Following the birth of her son, Alex is spending more time in London, where she is now based at 10 Harley Street, W1.
Alex has a keen interest in facial anatomy and education. She has attended masterclasses in London, Paris, Monaco and Asia. She has been a trainer and KOL for a number of pharmaceutical companies in the UK and Ireland. She is a published author in the realm of aesthetic medicine and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing. Alex is a member of the British Association of Comestic Nurses (2011) and a nurse prescriber.
Alex takes a global approach to managing ageing, delivering natural results. She firmly agrees with a “less is more” approach. She had recently been listed in Glamour Uk as one of the top clinics in the UK. She has also been featured in the Daily Mail, Vogue and many more.
A registered nurse prescriber with acute nurse specialist experience and cosmetic surgery entering my 7th year in medical aesthetics I am as passionate as ever to advocate best & safe practice. Within my CQC clinic based in South Cheshire, I treat patients with a holistic approach to all aspects of aesthetic medicine. I also came highly commended in this years Safety in Beauty Awards.
As a proud, long-standing member of the BACN, I am very excited to embark on my new role as a North West lead and advocating to my fellow colleagues in the local area.
I entered medical aesthetics in 2014 within my cosmetic surgery ward manager position. Previously I had been in acute medicine as a nurse practitioner where I was pivotal in implementing change and standard improvements in acute cardiology. I have continued to develop professionally despite being in independent practice from a practical and theoretical point of view ensuring my practice, behaviours and attitude is no different than my perspective as an NHS or private hospital nurse. I feel this is my way of explaining the BACN way and where my passion lies within raising standards within our industry. I would like to use this as my USP and how I can help develop the BACN attitudes and practice in my area. This is how I envision our sector, it is a sector of medicine, we have patients and we behave as professional registered nurses at all times.
The BACN ultimately has been the central anchor to my professional development and I am extremely proud and fortunate to be a member.
Healey began her onscreen career with numerous immersive documentary series on BBC Three. She has co-presented four series of Inside the Factory for BBC Two alongside Greg Wallace. In 2016, Healey took part in Celebrity MasterChef on BBC One. She also presented 10 Years Younger in 10 Days on Channel 5 in 2021, where she detailed the latest beauty advice and non-invasive cosmetic techniques.
Professor David Sines CBE was until recently Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean and Professor of Community Health Care Nursing at the Faculty of Society and Health at Buckinghamshire New University and holds the position of Provost at the University. He held previous roles as Executive Dean for the Faculty of Health & Social Care at London South Bank University and as Head of School of Health Sciences at the University of Ulster. David obtained his PhD in social policy from the University of Southampton in 1993 and has held four Secretary of State appointments, including appointments to the UKCC and NMC