Our offices have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you want to raise a concern, please use our online form. We’ll get back to you, but it may take longer than usual. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this might cause.

At this time, we’re only able to respond to concerns raised through our online form. This is because our staff are working at home, following the UK government’s advice on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

If you need help to raise your concern, you can find advice on our website, or call 0161 923 6602.

Concerns

We take concerns raised about a doctor’s behaviour, health or performance seriously. Here you'll find details on the type of concerns we can investigate, and the actions we can take to protect public safety and confidence in doctors. Being a doctor under investigation is stressful. You'll also find information on how we investigate concerns and sources of support available to doctors.

Raise a concern about a doctor
You can raise a serious concern about a doctor, or a doctor can refer themselves online. Our online support materials will explain what you need to do. You can also retrieve a saved concern and continue.

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Guide for doctors

Being investigated can be stressful. You can see how we'll investigate, and what you can do to minimise the impact on your practice in our doctor support area.

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