Raising a concern about health and wellbeing services

Concerns about health and social care provision and commissioning can be raised in different ways, without making a formal complaint.

Raising concerns about health and wellbeing

If you have concerns that a child is being abused or neglected or that an adult is being abused or neglected contact us for advice on what you should do.

You can register to speak to raise a general concern at a Health and Adult Social Care Policy and Scrutiny Committee meeting or at a Health and Wellbeing Board meeting providing it relates to matter that falls within their remit, or to an item on their agenda.

Healthwatch York

Healthwatch York will listen to your concerns and record them (anonymously). They identify any trends and recurring themes that are raised, to inform their annual work programme.

If a particular issue is raised frequently Healthwatch York may produce a report to make recommendations for improvement to appropriate health and social care organisations.

Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission offer a wide range of advice on what to do if you have a concern that you think needs addressing.

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