How we can help you raise a concern
The quickest and easiest way for most people to raise a concern with us is by using our online form.
However, if using the online form isn't possible for you, there are following alternatives:
You can email these forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately we’re currently unable to receive forms through the post as our staff are working from home, following the UK government’s advice on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
If you need any of our publications in Welsh, please email email@example.com and let us know which ones.
Reasonable adjustments for people with a disability
If you have a disability and would like assistance in raising your concern, call us on 0161 923 6602. An adviser can discuss the options with you.
Using an advocate
Some people prefer to use an advocate to help them raise a concern about a doctor. An advocate could be a relative, a friend, or someone who helps you manage your daily affairs. They can help you to complete the form, or help you to communicate with us, including speaking on your behalf. We're happy for you to use an advocate, though we will ask you to agree that you are happy for this person to advocate on your behalf.