The NHS Complaints Advocacy Service is a free and independent service that can help you make a complaint about a National Health Service (NHS).
We aim to work with everyone, taking account of their needs.
- Support you to make a complaint about the service, care or treatment provided to you by the NHS
- Support you to make a complaint on someone else’s behalf, including if someone has died
- Listen to your concerns
- Signpost you to the right organisation for you
- Answer any questions about the complaints procedure and explain your options
- Provide a step by step guide to the complaints process and some tips
- Provide you with a POhWER advocate, an experienced worker who can help you to make your complaint and support you through the process
- Support a young person under 16 if they have capacity to reach their own decisions. If a child does not have the capacity to make a decision about their treatment, only a parent or guardian may complain on behalf of their child without permission