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Complaints

We care about what you think and are happy to receive your views on the service that we provide. We welcome complaints; they help us to improve the service we give to patients. Your comments will be totally confidential and there is no need to give your name and address unless you would like a response.

The practice operates an in-house complaints procedure. In the first instance please contact the HR Officer by letter or telephone, so your complaint can be investigated and dealt with quickly. It is our policy to give you a full explanation and advise you of the outcome.

If we are unable to resolve the problems you may wish to contact someone independent. PALS (Patient Advice and Liaison Service) can be contacted for information, support or advice about local health services: they can also help you with Compliments, Comments, Concerns and Complaints. If PALS cannot help resolve your concerns they will advise you how to make a complaint. PALS can also put you in touch with POhWER who will support you in making your complaint about the NHS.

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Please click here to download our complaints policy


Please click here to download our complaints form. This can be posted or dropped into either surgery.


Please click here to submit any comments or suggestion via e-mail

 
 
We care about what you think and are happy to receive your views on the service that we provide. We welcome complaints; they help us to improve the service we give to patients. Your comments will be totally confidential and there is no need to give your name and address unless you would like a response. The practice operates an in-house complaints procedure. In the first instance please contact the HR Officer & Complaints Lead by letter, telephone or in person, so your complaint can be investigated and dealt with quickly. It is our policy to give you a full explanation and advise you of the outcome. If we are unable to resolve the problems you may wish to contact someone independent. PALS (Patient Advice and Liaison Service) can be contacted for information, support or advice about local health services: they can also help you with Compliments, Comments, Concerns and Complaints. If PALS cannot help resolve your concerns they will advise you how to make a complaint. PALS can also put you in touch with the local Independent Complaints Advocacy Service (ICAS) who will support you in making your complaint about the NHS.



 
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