Sign up to become a Certified Partner of the National Medical Weight Loss Programme, and get everything you need to start offering a private medical weight loss service!

Partner Benefits

The NMWL Group will support your business in three ways
Business Support • Clinical Support • Marketing Support

Business Support
  • All Certified Partners save on the cost of CQC Registration by our industry expert Dr Alex Zarneh

  • Accredited face-to-face training by Expert Advisor to NICE on obesity – Dr Matt Capehorn for one person

  • Guaranteed insurance cover from our insurance partner for every doctor, surgeon nurse or nurse prescriber who becomes a certified partner of the NMWLP

  • 15% discount on insurance premiums for all NMWLP Certified Partners

  • 36 months 0% finance to cover the costs of becoming a Certified Partner and registering with the CQC

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Clinical Support
  • Clinic locator on www.nmwlp.co.uk with personalised landing page for all certified partners

  • Personalised “electronic consultation form” unique to your clinic, to send to your patients prior to their appointment

  • Access to our exclusive Certified Partner group, to receive on-going support, guidance and advice from our clinical experts.

  • Access to our closed facebook group for peer support and guidance

  • Access to shared dropbox files with all relevant NICE documents, useful tool from CCH (with permission), documents from Novo Nordisk etc etc

  • Details of everything you need to set up your service eg, bio-electrical impedance scales, BP monitor, height measuring tool, etc etc

  • 50% discount on accredited pathology services (if required)

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Marketing Support

Utilise our professional pre-designed branded material which can be customised with your own clinic details

  • Patient information leaflets

  • Pop up banners

  • Business cards

  • Posters

  • eBlast templates

  • Social media templates

  • Testimonials

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