NHS Constitution

Child being assessed

The NHS Constitution brings together in one place what patients, the public, and staff can expect from the NHS.

It also explains what you can do to support the NHS, help it work effectively and ensure its resources are used responsibly.

One of the most important things the NHS Constitution does is to set out your rights as an NHS patient. These rights cover how you access health services, the quality of care you’ll receive, the treatments and programmes available to you, confidentiality, information and your right to complain if things go wrong.

NHS Constitution

Elective Access Policy

The Trust's Elective Access Policy is available via the link below:

Elective Access Policy >>

How We Are Performing

Emergency department at Lewisham Hospital

Key Targets
How we are performing against key targets >>

External Assessments
What external organisations think of our services >>

Patient Feedback
How patients rate the care we provide >>

Why Choose Us?
Find out about why you should choose us for your care >>

If you have a compliment, query or complaint regarding your care, please contact PALS >>

Give Us Your Feedback

There are lots of ways you can give feeback about the care provided by the Trust.

Tell us what you think >>