What support can you get?
Patient Liaison Service
If we decide to investigate your concern, we'll invite you to come in and talk through what's going to happen and answer any questions. If you'd like, you can bring someone to support you during the meeting. Once we've finished our investigation, we'll offer another meeting to talk with you about the outcome.
If you can't make the meetings in person, we can phone you instead.
We know that raising a concern about a doctor can be a stressful experience. If you would like to talk to someone independent of the GMC, you can contact our witness service, which is run by volunteers from the charity Victim Support.
You can contact them at any point in an investigation. The volunteers are able to provide emotional support and practical help. They are not qualified to provide professional counselling or legal advice and are not allowed to discuss the details of our investigation.
You can contact Victim Support by calling 0161 200 1956 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.