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We rely on the support of the community to enable us to continue caring for patients and to support their families and loved ones. It costs £16,500 a day to run our services. Your support makes a huge difference.

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How to raise a concern or make a complaint about our services

We welcome all feedback, positive or negative and see feedback and complaints as a way of learning and improving our services.
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Our commitment

Jersey Hospice Care is committed to continuous improvement and uses feedback as part of its quality assurance processes in order to provide the best possible care and services to all users. We therefore welcome feedback from patients, relatives and carers, as well as members of the public regarding our standards of service and activities, our actions or lack of actions, or our employees, volunteers, or those directly involved in the delivery of that service.

Chevron Circle Right Take time to listen to your concerns and ensure that we fully understand the issue being raised

Chevron Circle Right Support you in making a complaint if needed

Chevron Circle Right Keep the details of your complaint confidential

Chevron Circle Right Handle all complaints fairly, efficiently, and effectively seek to address and resolve the issue immediately and informally where possible

Chevron Circle Right Investigate further if necessary and share the outcomes of what we learn and any changes we plan to adopt to improve our services

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If you have a complaint, concern, or suggestion about any areas of Jersey Hospice Care, you can write to: Jersey Hospice Care, Mont Cochon, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3JB or click here to email.

To download our Complaints Form please click here.

Who else can you contact – Regulatory Bodies

If, following the outcome of an investigation, you are dissatisfied with the way that Hospice has dealt with your complaint or you feel that it has not been adequately addressed, you have the right to refer your complaint to the appropriate regulatory body.

The Jersey Care Commission is an independent body with legal responsibility to regulate and inspect care home, adult day care and home care provision in Jersey. You can contact them directly by:

Telephone: 01534 445801
Letter to: The Chief Inspector, Jersey Care Commission, 23 Hill Street, St Helier, Jersey

The Jersey Charity Commissioner is independent of the Government of Jersey and maintains a register of Jersey charities including community groups, religious charities, schools, grant-giving charities and major care providers. The Commissioner ultimately supports public confidence in charities and their work and can be contacted by:

Telephone: 01534 760811
Letter: Jersey Charity Commissioner, 1st Floor Lincoln Chambers, 31 Broad Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3RR

The Office of the Information Commissioner is the independent regulatory authority that promotes respect for privacy and information rights of individuals. They are responsible for overseeing the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 and the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 and can be contacted by:

Telephone: 01534 716530
Letter: Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner, 2nd Floor, 5 Castle Street, St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BT