10. Stage 1 Letter of complaint for refusal of medical treatment nhs

As more people around the country are being denied necessary and essential medical treatment by the NHS which is resulting in many deaths from neglect by the medical authorities, it is imperative we fight for our human rights to be treated in accordance with the laws governing the land and the NHS Constitution  and as such we all have human rights to receive necessary medical treatment to maintain good health & well-being.  These rights are being removed by the NHS & government as as such people are suffering as a result.

I have attached to the website a four stage complaint attack to the NHS reminding them of their promise to the NHS Constitution and UK Laws & Human Rights.  This letter is the initial Stage 1 complaint letter for those who have had procedures and medical treatment withdrawn for the foreseeable future.  You can copy and paste this 

Stage 1 letter and send to The Director of Health at your local health board, if you do not receive a satisfactory outcome from Stage 1, then progress to Stage 2 this is sent to your Local Government Health Services Ombudsman, 

Stage 3 is sent to Parliamentary & Health Services Ombudsman - should they still refuse to honour your rights to medical treatment, you move to 

Stage 4 which involves prosecuting your local health board for refusing you necessary health treatment.  Good luck and if you have any doubts as to which letter, please re-read the above stages.

**Remember to include your details in the relevant (Bracket) areas to personalise it**  *Please note this letter is available in Microsoft Doc.,  ODT (Word) or PDF downloads at the end of this letter.

Copy & Paste Stage 1 letter here:

(Your Name) 

(Your Address)

Tel: (   )

Email: (   )

Dated: (Today's Date here..)

For the attention of  The Director for Health

Local Health Board NameLocal Health Board Address

To Whom it may concern

Re: Refusal of necessary NHS Treatment in breach of the NHS Constitution & Human Rights (UNESCO Bioethics & Human Rights 2005 Article 14.2(a)

I am writing to inform you that I have been informed that all and necessary medical treatment as per my rights has been denied me by my local hospital.

In accordance with the National Health Service Constitution which governs the  behaviour of NHS boards and organisations, and in accordance with my Human Rights (UNESCO Bioethics & Human Rights 2005 Article 14.2(a) you are obliged under UK & EU Laws to offer each patient:

UNESCO Bioethics & Human Rights 2005 – Article 14.2 (a)Social Responsibility & Healthcare14.2(a) Taking into account that the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being/person without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition, progress in science & technology should advance;    a) Access to quality health care and essential medicines especially for the health of women and children because health is essential to life itself & must be considered to be a social and human good.

Applicable to each person registered under the NHS the following seven governing principles of the NHS Constitution:

  1.     The  NHS provides a comprehensive service, available to all &     respects patients human rights = This has been denied me     
  2.     Access to NHS services based on clinical need = This has been denied me     
  3.     The NHS aspires to the highest standards of excellence & professionalism = All care has been denied me     
  4.     The patient will be at the heart of everything the NHS does = All management of my treatment has been denied to me and all treatment refused  to maintain my health.     
  5.     The NHS works across organisational boundaries = All necessary medical treatment has been denied to me by all organisations to the detriment of my health & well-being     
  6.    The NHS is committed to providing best value for taxpayers money = I have paid into the NHS system and now being refused the necessary medical treatment as promised by this constitution and in accordance with my human rights     
  7.     The NHS is accountable to the public, communities & patients it serves = The NHS serves the public, I am a member of the public who     requires medical treatment in order to maintain my health and life expectancy = This is being denied me.

I would request this matter regarding the refusal to offer me medical treatment under the NHS is breaking not only the NHS Constitution but also my human rights. 

I am making a formal complaint to yourselves in the hope you can ensure my necessary medical treatment is reinstated immediately, this complaint is:  

Stage 1 - of my complaint process which includes   

Stage 2 which involves contacting the Local Government Ombudsman and 

Stage 3 which involves contacting the Parliamentary & Health Services Ombudsman for an explanation as to why I am being refused necessary medical treatment in contravention of the NHS Constitution.  

 Stage 4 - The final stage will incorporate prosecution in a court of law for removing my Human rights to medical treatment in accordance with UK/EU Laws.

This is an urgent matter and requires urgent attention.

Yours faithfully

(Your Name here & Signature)

(Witness Signature & Name over age of 18 years)

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