Health Service Commissioner


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Health Service Commissioner

n
(Social Welfare) (in Britain) the official name for an ombudsman who investigates personal complaints of injustice or hardship resulting from the failure, absence, or maladministration of a service for which a Regional or District Health Authority or Family Practitioner Committee is responsible, after other attempts to obtain redress have failed. See also Commissioner for Local Administration, Parliamentary Commissioner
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The post includes services previously provided by the Commissioner for Local Administration in Wales, the Health Service Commissioner for Wales, the Welsh Administration Ombudsman and the Social Housing Ombudsman for Wales.
He is a former chairman of the Mid-Northumberland Division of the British Medical Association, was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Health and was appointed an external assessor for Clinical Complaints about General Practice to the Health Service Commissioner.

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