– About RejuvaMed Vein Centre –

RejuvaMed Vein Centre is an advanced varicose and cosmetic vein treatment centre, situated in the centre of Clitheroe, adjacent to Holmes Mill.

It is easily accessible with parking close by. The premises was formerly a beautiful Georgian residential family home, with period features and high ceilings. Many of these features were retained during the extensive refurbishment which turned what was a home into a quite amazing new medical clinic.

On the ground floor you will find our spacious and welcoming reception area, with a beautiful period fireplace. You will be most likely be welcomed by Gemma or Charlotte and will be offered refreshments.

Our Vein Centre

RejuvaMed Vein Centre was established by Dr Grant McKeating, owner and Medical Director of the award winning RejuvaMed Skin Clinic, which has sites in Chorley and Clitheroe.

Our Team

We are a small, but dedicated, team here at RejuvaMed Vein Centre.  We are led by Director of Operations, Charlie McKeating, who oversees the running of the centre. She is ably assisted by Gemma and Charlotte. 


If you have any questions about your requirements, or our treatments and services, please read our FAQ page, or get in touch.


All vetted and approved by the Care Quality Commission. Our ultrasound and radiofrequency equipment is of the highest quality and maintained to exacting standards.

Although procedures are very low risk and performed under local anaesthesia only, we take patient safety very seriously. Resuscitation equipment is always immediately available, including a defibrillator which we also make available the to the town of Clitheroe as a community access defibrillator, 24 hours a day.

Our notes are all electronic and paper free. This makes your care more streamlined and your records more secure.

We understand that there are other facilities offering treatment for your problem veins. We know that we offer the best care available and strive to make every step of your journey straightforward and easy. We aim to ensure that you have the standards of care that we would want for our own relatives, should one of them require such treatment.