A former British Army nurse has opened a new health clinic in Leamington.

Clare Barkway, who has 30 years’ experience of general nursing and mental health, including 15 years in the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps, has launched The Health & Vitality Clinic in Augusta Place.

A former pupil at Myton School in Warwick, Clare studied nursing at what was then Mid-Warwickshire College in Leamington, before working as a mental nurse at the old Central Hospital in Warwick.

“I then spent 15 years nursing in the Army, serving in variety of locations before leaving to start my own business. I began by working from other health clinics in Leamington and Solihull, but always wanted to consolidate and have my own practice,” she said.

The clinic offers a wide range of treatments, including dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections, laser hair removal, laser lipolysis, skin rejuvenation, food tolerance testing, colon health and vitamin injections.
Commercial solicitor Nick Watts from Leamington law firm Blythe Liggins, who handled the legal work, said that the clinic had four staff and a chiropodist. “Clare has built up a loyal following through the years and hundreds of her clients are now joining her at the new clinic.”

Caption: Clare Barkway from The Health & Vitality Clinic in Leamington with Nick Watts from Blythe Liggins Solicitors.

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