We want your experience of Kingston Hospital to be as positive as possible. One of the best ways to improve our service is to listen to your feedback. The more we know about your time with us, the more we can learn how to deliver better care in future. This is how you can tell us what we got right and how we could do better.
Talk to us
If you do have a problem or concern about the care and treatment you are receiving, the best thing to do is raise it with us straight away so that we can do our best to put it right.
If you are an outpatient – please talk to your health professional, a member of our reception team or phone your hospital department.
If you are an inpatient – please ask to speak to the nurse in charge.
If you would like to speak to someone that is not directly involved in the delivery of your care you can contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS). Representatives of PALS can be found between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday at the junction of the link corridor and Bernard Meade Wing. You can phone them on 020 8934 3993 or email them on email@example.com.
Provide quick, anonymous feedback
You can do this by completing our FFT survey on our website. You may also receive a text or automated call from us if you’ve had an outpatient appointment or visited our Emergency (A&E) Department. Visit our FFT page for more information.
You can also rate the care you’ve received on the NHS website. We monitor this website and ensure any comments are feedback to staff.
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