Should you reach the answer machine please leave a message and the team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Should you need to make contact regarding your loved one, then please call the ward direct or call the main switchboard on 01908 660033. Thank you.
During this time, when you are not able to visit your loved one in hospital, you may wish to email them a letter and one or two photographs.
To do this, please email us at [email protected] attaching your letter and photograph(s). Please also provide your loved one’s date of birth and full name.
Upon receipt, we will print your letter and photographs, laminate then and deliver them to your loved one.
If you have any questions about emailing a letter or if you need any help, please call our PALS team on 01908 995954.
PALS provide a confidential point of contact for patients, families* and carers* by offering ‘on the spot’ help, advice and information regarding your health care.
*Please note that if you are acting on behalf of a relative or friend we will need their permission to share information with you.
Please save and email these forms to [email protected]
Should you have a concern regarding the care that you or your loved one are receiving now then please do not hesitate to speak with the ward/department senior sister, matron or manager.
Should you wish to speak to someone who is independent from the ward/department, PALS are here to help. They will work with you and hospital staff to resolve any concerns that you have and use the information from your feedback to support improvements to services where required.
If you would like to contact the PALS team with feedback about your care or the care of a family member you can fill out this form.
Throughout this difficult time the PALS team have remained open to help patients and their families with any concerns or information needed via telephone and email. As they cannot see people face to face for the foreseeable future they are introducing a new way of being able to meet to patients and their families via Microsoft Teams.
If you would like to meet with one of the PALS team via Microsoft Teams please contact the PALS office on 01908 995954 or email [email protected] and they will book you an appointment. The initial appointment slot will be a maximum of 15 minutes. They are able to provide support for you to use this service and have a user guide for patients and their families if needed.
The PALS team look forward to meeting with you safely!
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) have been working with the NHS and other public organisations to develop a shared vision for complaint handling across the NHS. This has been named the Complaints Standards Framework.
The public consultation is now underway and will continue until 18 September 2020.
Have your say in shaping the future of NHS Complaints Handling by taking part in the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman’s (PHSO) survey here. You can also provide your feedback on the PHSO’s Twitter page using #MakeComplaintsCount