I just ran across this article about the JUVA MediSpa, where you can get medical treatments that probably do more than your usual facial would to get rid of wrinkles and age spots. It sounds like they're into keeping their staff up to date:
“Some of our nurses are taking graduate courses, and Juva pays half of the cost of their education,” Katz says. “Doctors are reimbursed up to $2,000 a year for continuing medical education. We encourage our staff to continue their education, to learn more and keep up with the latest advancements.”
Which is great, but I keep getting hung up on the concept of "medical spa." Maybe it's just me.