GP Procedural & Treatment Errors

Patients often require minor treatment and regular tests including stitching, wound dressing, blood tests and an ECG to help manage and control certain conditions. Although most GP’s and nurses within the practice are able to perform these tests to a reasonable standard, there are occasions where procedural errors may occur. Procedural errors may arise where there has been errors due to poor techniques, administration errors and delay in treatment.

Types of Procedural Error Complaints & Mismanagement

GP's usually work in practices as part of a team which includes nurses, healthcare assistants, practice managers and receptionists. Whilst treating a number of patients and loved ones who suffer from an array of illnesses and conditions, procedural errors may occur by any member of the team. Such errors may include:

  • Delays or failures in referring a patient or loved one to hospital for a MRI, CT or ultrasound scan
  • Failing to carry out a blood test
  • Administration errors
  • Failures and delays when referring a patient to hospital for urgent care
  • Delay in managing diabetes, blood pressure or cholesterol levels
  • Errors carrying out minor treatment and surgery including wound dressing, stitching, implantation of contraceptive implant and therapeutic injections
  • And any other procedural errors 

Our dedicated teams at can provide free support and guidance from specialist medical negligence solicitors and medical advisors. can inform you of the relevant complaints departments and guide you through their complaints procedures. Our specialist teams of medical negligence solicitors and barristers can also assist you in making a medical negligence claim if your circumstances suggest you are entitled to do so.

How do I make a complaint? can place you in touch with a variety of different organisations who can assist you in making a complaint regarding NHS or private treatment. Whether you or a loved one has experienced inefficient or ineffective treatment, or have suffered misdiagnosis errors or treatment delays, part of our service involves a free review undertaken by us. This free review will help you to understand where you stand and to make an informed decision. This free review can also explain if you are eligible for legal assistance in order to make a potential claim for medical mistreatment and negligence.

What If I am Entitled to Legal Advice? can place you in touch with different practitioner organisations should you want to make a complaint. However, given the different timeframes that a complaint can sometimes involve, by contacting us you can not only obtain a free complaints guide but also obtain free initial advice about whether you can make a possible legal claim under a no win no fee basis in order to obtain answers and possible compensation.

Is there A Cost?

Placing a call with us involves no cost to you. We can provide both free advice about your initial complaint and a free guide about the different ways you can make a complaint at the treatment you experienced. Additionally, we can provide free initial legal advice about how to get answers and make a possible compensation claim. Whether a claim is to assist you in obtaining answers, getting to the truth of what happened or to obtain compensation, may be able to assist.

About our Medical Complaints Team

By getting in touch with the experienced team at we can provide specific, tailored advice about the options available to you. These options can involve not just making a complaint but also initial free legal advice and a free claims assessment if the facts of your enquiry entitle you to do so.

Unsure If You Are Entitled To Make A Complaint?

Before you decide to make a complaint, our dedicated complaints department will under no obligation advise you on the relevant complaints procedures that are available to you.