January 2, 2019
Patient Ombudsman is a safe-space to share your healthcare concerns
We want to thank patients and their caregivers for contacting our office to share their complaints and healthcare experiences. Sharing your concerns has an impact and it makes our healthcare system better for all Ontarians.
Patient Ombudsman strives to make our service a safe-space where we treat everyone with empathy, dignity and fairness.
We also want to thank the health sector organizations within our jurisdiction (public hospitals, long-term care homes, home and community care coordinated by the Local Health Integration Networks) for being open to change and meaningful resolutions that are fair for everyone.
The number of complaints that come to our office and the number of successful resolutions we facilitate continue to grow.
Patient Ombudsman are a team of compassionate people who are here to help
We want all Ontarians to know that even without a ‘Patient Ombudsman’ in name we have the authority to continue our mandate as champions for fairness.
We have a dedicated team of skilled early resolution specialists and investigators who continue to listen to your concerns and work to make every experience matter.
We also plan to keep all Ontarians informed about any news about the appointment of our new Patient Ombudsman. The Public Appointments Secretariat will oversee the selection of a new Patient Ombudsman. The Ontario government will manage the recruitment process. Our office is not doing the recruiting ‘in-house’.
Patient Ombudsman wants to hear from you
If you have any compliments, complaints or other comments about your experience with our office, we invite you to send us an email at email@example.com, where a member of the senior leadership team will review your feedback and contact you to reply. You may also send a confidential letter to our mailing address, attention “Feedback”.
Box 130, 77 Wellesley Street West, Toronto ON M7A 1N3
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