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Our mission is to provide a voice for our patients, families, and consumers, and to serve as an unbiased link between them and the MetroHealth System, and to ensure service recovery in the most timely and objective way possible.
We’re here to help - please call us at 216-778-5800 with any questions. We're available between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (and you can leave a message at any time) or email [email protected].
At MetroHealth, we want every patient and family member to have an exceptional experience. We know that sometimes, we may fall short of your expectations. In that case, you may need to talk to someone about your experience.
If you have questions or concerns about medical service at MetroHealth, or about an employee, first, talk with the supervisor or manager in the department where you were treated.
We’ll see that your concerns are addressed and that your compliments are passed along. Whatever your situation or concerns, we’ll talk with the appropriate MetroHealth employees.
When you contact us, please have this information available:
You and your family have the right to voice your concerns, without fear of retaliation or interruption of your healthcare.
Voicing a complaint will not compromise your future access to care.
You also have the right to complain at any time with any of the following agencies:
How do you file a Patient Safety Concern or a Complaint?
The preferred method for submitting a concern is through our online submission form as it allows for more direct, timely receipt and review of your concerns.
Office of Quality and Patient Safety
The Joint Commission
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois 60181
Please note that The Joint Commission does not accept faxed or emailed submissions.
By policy, The Joint Commission cannot accept copies of medical records, photos or billing invoices and other related personal information. These documents will be shredded upon receipt.
Other Important Information
The Joint Commission is not a health care provider. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911.
If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or experiencing a mental health crisis, please call 988, The Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.