It is important that you tell us when things go wrong, so that we can do our best to put them right. This will help us to improve our services.
If you have a problem or concern, first approach the ward matron or department where the problem occurred. In many cases the problem can be resolved there and then.
If they cannot help, or you would prefer not to discuss the problem with staff there, you may wish to contact the Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS), our on-the-spot service offering advice and support. Telephone 0800 0641120; email: email@example.com
However, if you wish to make a formal complaint you can write to the Chief Executive, Ealing Hospital NHS Trust, Uxbridge Road, Southall,
Middlesex UB1 3HW or complete the online form 'how to raise a
concern'. If you require further advice telephone our complaints
department on 020 8967 5653.
- investigate your concerns
Making a formal complaint
Please give us complete details of your complaint, with dates and times if possible, together with your name, address and telephone number so that we can respond to all your concerns.
Representing a current or former patient
If you are complaining on behalf of a current or former patient include their name, address and date of birth together with your own name, address and telephone number.
For reasons of confidentiality, if you are complaining on behalf of a patient, we will need to ask the patient for their consent. However, we will not need their consent if -