If you have a complaint about a health service provider in Tasmania, the Health Complaints Commissioner may be able to help you. You can make your complaint by phone (1800 001 170) or in person at our office, but we will ask you to put it in writing before we make any enquiries.Find out more »
The Health Complaints Commissioner is an independent officer appointed by the Governor. The Commissioner's role is to:
- promote and protect the rights of consumers who use health services
- help resolve problems between consumers and providers of health services
- improve the safety and quality of health services in Tasmania.
We can look into complaints from individuals or organisations about the provision of health services in both the private and public sectors.Find out more »
9.00am to 5pm (Hobart time) weekdays.
Free call from landline phones anywhere in Tasmania, but call charges may apply from a mobile phone.
This page has been produced by The Office of the Ombudsman and Health Complaints CommissionerThe URL for this site is: http://www.healthcomplaints.tas.gov.au