Was your treatment at York Hospital unsatisfactory? Are you unhappy with its standards of care? If you feel you’ve been mistreated or neglected in any way, you might be entitled to compensation. Our specialist team of medical negligence solicitors have a strong medical background and a wealth of experience in pursuing successful claims for medical negligence and York Hospital Complaints. For more details, contact us today.
What to do next?
The York Hospital Complaints Procedure
You do not need to make a formal complaint to pursue a claim, however use of the relevant NHS complaints procedure may resolve any concerns that you may have, and if not, should result in a reasoned and hopefully open response, which will then help us to assess whether legal action would be in your best interests.
You can talk to PALS who provide confidential advice and support to patients, families and their carers, and can provide information on the NHS and health related matters.
The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)is a free service for anyone needs help or information while using our hospital services. If you have any questions, problems or concerns, you can contact us and we can help sort it out.
Tel: 01904 726262
You can view more detailed information about making hospital complaints here
Hospital Contact Details
The York Hospital
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
01904 631 313
Trust Information/Other Information
On 1 April 2007 the York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust became a foundation trust, which led to significant changes to the overall governance of the organisation and increased the links to the local community through the appointment of governors and members. They provide acute services for approximately 350,000 people living in and around York and also a range of specialist services over a wider catchment area of around 500,000 people in North Yorkshire.
In April 2011 they also took over the management of some community based services in Selby, York, Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale. This includes some community nursing and specialist services as well as Archways in York, St Monica’s in Easingwold, The New Selby War Memorial Hospital, Whitby Hospital and Malton Hospital.