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Sudden Death and the Coroner
CORONER'S POST MORTEM AND INQUESTS

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25. Complaints about a doctor,
      hospital or clinical treatment

 

If your complaint is about the conduct or treatment given by hospital medical, nursing or other staff, you should write to the Chief Executive of the NHS Trust responsible for the hospital. You should make your concerns known to the coroner, who will consider their relevance as evidence at an inquest. The coroner cannot be involved in any action you may want to take, for which you will need to take legal advice. (Sections 21 & 22)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16      Keep copies of all correspondence and telephone calls.

 

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