Your feedback

We welcome all feedback, whether it be positive or negative. 

If you have any complaints, comments or compliments about the service that you have received from the clinicians or staff working for this practice, please do let us know. 

We hope that most problems can be sorted out easily and quickly, often at the time they arise and with the person concerned.  If your problem cannot be sorted out in this way and you wish to make a complaint, we would like you to let us know as soon as possible – ideally within a matter of days or at most a few weeks – because this will enable us to establish what happened more easily.  If it is not possible to do that, please let us have details of your complaint:

  • Within 12 months of the incident that caused the problem; or
  • Within 12 months of discovering that you have a problem, provided that is within 12 months of the incident.

You can submit your complaint, comment or compliment to the Practice Manager in writing or verbally.  

What we shall do

Our complaints procedure is designed to make sure that we settle any complaints as quickly as possible.

We aim to deal with any verbal concern within 24 working hours.  For formal complaints, we shall acknowledge receipt within 3 working days and aim to have looked into your complaint within 25 working days of the date when you raised it with us.  We shall then be in a position to offer you an explanation, or a meeting with the people involved.

When we look into your complaint, we shall aim to:

· find out what happened and what went wrong

· make it possible for you to discuss the problem with those concerned, if you would like this

· make sure you receive an apology, where appropriate

· identify what we can do to make sure the problem doesn’t happen again.

 At the end of the investigation your complaint will be shared with you in detail, either in person or in writing.

Complaining on behalf of someone else

Please note that we keep strictly to the rules of patient confidentiality.  If you are complaining on behalf of someone else, we have to know that you have his or her permission to do so.  A note signed by the person concerned will be needed, unless they are incapable (because of illness) of providing this.


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