How do I file a complaint against a doctor in NY?

To discuss filing a misconduct complaint against a physician, physician assistant, or specialist assistant, contact the Office of Professional Medical Conduct, NYS Department of Health, Riverview Center 150 Broadway, Suite 355 Albany, New York 12204-2719. Phone: 518-402-0836 or 1-800-663-6114.

How can I check on a complaint against a doctor?

Call our Inquiry Line on 1800 043 159 (toll free in NSW) and speak to an Inquiry Officer. Visit the Do I have a complaint? page on our website to see if we can help with your concerns.

How do you look up if a doctor has been disciplined?

Information on doctors who have been subject to disciplinary actions can be found online for free at the DocFinder website. DocFinder, run by Administrators in Medicine (AIM), culls its data from state government licensing boards and offers public access to it free of charge.

Where can I report a doctor in NYC?

Doctor Complaint

  • Agency: New York State Department of Health.
  • Division: Professional Medical Conduct.
  • Phone Number: (800) 663-6114.
  • Business Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 4:45 PM.

What agency is responsible for professional conduct disciplinary action in New York State?

Office of the Professions
To ensure public protection in New York State, the New York State Education Department’s Office of the Professions (OP) investigates and prosecutes professional misconduct in all professions except medicine (see more information about this exception).

What is Doctor’s professional misconduct?

Professional Misconduct Unsatisfactory professional conduct of a sufficiently serious nature to justify suspension or cancellation of the practitioner’s registration.

Do doctors get reprimanded?

Doctors can be disciplined for criminal convictions, medical negligence, wrongly prescribing controlled substances and other wrongdoing. Even with a disciplinary record, many doctors continue to practice, some even changing states to do so.

Who regulates hospitals in NY?

The New York State Department of Health
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) oversees health care providers, hospitals and nursing homes.

Who can I complain to about my health insurance?

The insurance company should resolve your complaint within a reasonable time. In case if it is not resolved within 15 days or if you are unhappy with their resolution you can approach the Grievance Redressal Cell of the Consumer Affairs Department of IRDAI: Call Toll Free Number 155255 (or) 1800 4254 732 or.

How to file a complaint against a doctor in New York?

To file a complaint about a physician (M.D. or D.O.), P.A. or Specialist Assistant licensed to practice medicine by the State of New York, please complete this form and mail the original to the NYS Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct, Riverview Center 150 Broadway, Suite 355 Albany, New York 12204-2719.

Where to report water issues in New York City?

You can report water issues in New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) public housing buildings to the NYCHA Customer Contact Center. Staff is available at all times to handle emergencies and schedule routine maintenance repairs for Mon – Fri: 6:00 AM – midnight.

How is the New York City Water Board funded?

Like many large cities, the entirety of New York City’s water and sewer infrastructure is funded by revenue it collects through water and sewer rates. The New York City Water Board is responsible for setting these rates, and must ensure that they are able to fund the entirety of the water and sewer system’s operating and capital needs.

Where does New York City get its water?

Neighborhoods in New York City receive their drinking water from reservoirs of the Catskill System, Croton System, Delaware System, or a combination of the three systems. As you disinfect your home and wash your hands, please remember to Trash It. Don’t Flush It!