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At Delamere we welcome feedback about the service we provide.
Our company value ‘We get better everyday’ means we a constantly strive to improve what we do for the benefit of guests who chose to stay with us. We believe this is best achieved by listening to our guests and responding to their feedback.
We are fortunate to receive lots of thank you cards and compliments, which mean a great deal to the team who work here at Delamere.
If you have any comments - or concerns, we’d love to hear from you and would ask that you direct these to our Registered Manager at the following email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to make a complaint, our complaints policy is below:
Throughout your stay we will invite you to offer feedback in order that we can continue to improve the Delamere experience for guests. If you are unhappy or dissatisfied in any way, please let your key-worker know straight away and we will do what we can to put things right. We aim to resolve any problems as quickly and as informally as possible.
If you do not wish to speak to your key worker or you are unhappy about the way in which they have dealt with your concern, you may wish to make a formal complaint.
If you wish to make a formal complaint, please write to our Registered Manager at the address below who will deal with your concerns as quickly as possible. A verbal response will be given within 2 working days of the manager’s receipt of your complaint. The manager will investigate your complaint and provide a written response within 20 working days. If more time is required to investigate and respond to your complaint we will let you know in writing.
If, on receipt of the Registered Manager’s written response you do not feel content with any outcome, you may wish to write to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) whose, address can be obtained from the Registered Manager. The CQC will not investigate unless this complaints process is followed.
When making your complaint, please provide us with your full name, date of birth, date of admission, date of discharge, details of which postal or email address we should send our response to, the details of your complaint specifying the relevant dates, locations and names of persons involved in any concern you have and, what outcome you would like to see.
We ask that you make your complaint as soon as the matter comes to your attention and within 28 days of the event complained about. We may accept complaints after this time limit if making the complaint earlier was not possible for a good reason. Complaints received after this time limit become more difficult to investigate, where we do accept an out of time complaint we will always fully investigate the matter to the extent that the passage of time allows us to.
When investigating your complaint we will discuss your complaint with clinicians, managers and staff who are involved in your care and treatment. If we need to discuss your complaint with any other person because your complaint involves them we will seek your consent before we do so. We will never share details of your complaint or our response with any other person except as we may be required to do so by law for example, we may need to disclose the details of your complaint to the CQC.
If the complaint is made on your behalf by someone else, we will require your written and verified consent confirming that you wish for this person to act on your behalf and, that you understand and agree that when we respond to your complaint we may share confidential and sensitive information about you, your stay here and your care and treatment with the third party. If you wish to make a complaint through a third party please contact us for the necessary consent form.
Address for the Complaints:
Delamere Health Ltd
Email address for complaints : email@example.com
Telephone Number for Complaints : 01606537620