Q. How does someone make a formal complaint about a health care facility or community-based treatment program?
If you have concerns about your health care or treatment, you have the right to make a formal complaint. Call us or download the Complaint Report Form
. Then send any supporting documentation including:
- The name of the health care facility or community-based treatment program in question,
- Your name and mailing address so that we can send you a written report of our investigation,
- Your daytime phone number in case we have further questions about your situation, and
- A clear, concise explanation of your concern or the problem, including the dates and times of specific occurrences.
Note: You may make an anonymous complaint; but we won’t be able to send you a written report of the investigation.
Q. How do I report a problem with a physician?
A. Call the Maryland Board of Physicians at 410-764-4777 or 800 492-6836 to report any problems with a physician.
Q. How do I check to see if there have been complaints made against my doctor?
A. Call the Maryland Board of Physicians at 410-764-4777 or 800 492-6836.
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