Concerns and Complaints
How to raise a concern or complaint
Our complaints procedure is in line with the NHS ‘Putting Things Right’. We strive to offer an excellent service to our patients but do acknowledge that sometimes things can go wrong. If you are concerned about the service you have received or want to make a complaint, please speak to a member of the team. You will be given information about the complaint process and how we respond to and manage complaints. Our aim is to resolve all complaints in a timely manner and we will aim for local resolution each time. If this is not possible, you will be advised of other ways of dealing with your complaint.
Equally, if we do something well, we would very much appreciate your feedback.
Llanfyllin Group Practice welcomes suggestions and complaints We would like to hear suggestions, views, and comments from patients, families, and carers. Have your say to help us review how we can best provide services within resources available. The Practice follows the NHS (Concerns, Complaints and Redress Arrangements) Regulations 2011. Posters and Leaflets are displayed within the surgery.
Key Features of the Complaint Process are:
Concerns can be raised no later than 12 months from the date on which the issue occurred.
Acknowledgement of concerns to be made within 4 working days of their receipt.
Response to be sent within 30 working days of receipt and if this is not possible, the person to be kept informed.
If you have a concern you can either speak to Practice staff and or Practice Manager directly, ask Powys Local Health Board to look into a concern instead of taking the matter to the Practice.
Patients can also contact the Community Health Council for advice, assistance, and support: Powys CHC Tel: 01874 624206.