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We know the lives of Macmillan professionals can get extremely busy, and that it can be challenging to accomplish everything you would like to achieve. That’s why we work together to enable you to provide the best possible support to people affected by cancer and develop your skills.
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Macmillan’s complaints policy
Macmillan is keen to encourage constructive feedback, whether good or bad, as this gives us an opportunity to improve the way we do things and provide a better service for people affected by cancer.
If someone complains to you about Macmillan or any aspect of our work, please ask them to contact us by calling 0808 808 00 00. Alternatively, they could write to:
The Company Secretary,
Macmillan Cancer Support,
89 Albert Embankment,
London SE1 7UQ.
Their letter will then be passed on to the appropriate person or team.
This webpage| features information on our complaints procedure and the principles behind it. If you have a complaint about Macmillan which relates to our services, contact your service development manager| first. If you prefer not to go through them, or the complaint relates to another area of our work, please use one of the contact routes described above.
Health and social care professionals can also call the Support Line to ask questions on behalf of a patient or client, including ones about financial matters such as benefits, insurance and healthcare costs.
For more support from Macmillan, see our resources and updates for professionals, or, for opportunities to meet other professionals, find out more about networking events.
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
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