When you have a concern about a nurse or midwife's practice, we recommend:
if possible, you discuss the problem directly with the nurse/midwife, the nurse/midwife’s supervisor or both.
you consider pursuing the matter with the
Patient Care Quality Office and/or health care agency where the nurse or midwife works if your complaint is not resolved to your satisfaction after speaking to the nurse/midwife and/or supervisor.
Regardless of how (or whether) you attempt to address your concern directly with the nurse/midwife or health care agency, you can always submit a written complaint to BCCNM.
Public protection: When you have concerns about a nurse or midwife
Each health authority in British Columbia has a Patient Care Quality Office. The purpose of these offices is to assist in the resolution of complaints. They have direct access to staff and health records information to assist in addressing your concerns.