Regrettably, there are times when things may not go as planned. Voicing your complaint allows us to learn from your experiences and improve the services we offer.
If you, a member of your family, a carer or an advocate, wish to discuss any complaints you have, you should speak to the staff who are involved with your care and treatment so that they can help you to resolve the matter.
However, if this action has not resolved matters for you, or if you would prefer to talk to someone who is not involved in your care or are unsure who to talk to, please contact the patient support services team here (opens in new tab).
When you make a complaint you will be contacted within two working days, we will investigate your complaint openly and honestly and will respond to you within 30 working days wherever possible. If the investigation is expected to take longer, we will contact you to explain why, and you will receive a regular update.
You should ask the practice/practice manager to look into your complaint as they have their own complaints process. If this doesn’t help you, you can contact the patient support services team (opens in new tab) for further advice.
If you are unhappy with the way we have handled your complaint, please let us know so that we can discuss this with you. Additional steps can be taken to try and answer all of your questions. However, if you are still not happy, you can report it to the Public Services Ombudsman For Wales but only if your complaint has already been investigated by the health board.
You may also contact Hywel Dda Community Health Council (CHC) for advice and support, including putting you in touch with specialist advocacy services if you need them.
More information and resources in alternative formats and languages can be found on the Welsh Government putting things right website (opens in new tab).