Distressed and suicidal3
Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CATLIS Long (LONG CATLIS ROAD SURGERY)
Wed, 12 Oct at 19:43
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Subject: Distressed and suicidal
I made no progress in relation to the huge pay-out that I expected, and am still on risperidone 4 mg, sertraline 150 mg, and Depakote 1000 mg waiting for the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman to whom I had complained about the Mental Health authorities as you will note from the attached NHS Complaint form. printable.pdf.
I withdrew from the possibility of a job with Aldi in the arrangement made for an interview-assessment on Saturday 15th and 3.45 pm because of the delay in the correct diagnosis and treatment of my mental health, I had asked the PHSO for mediation with a view to having a face-to-face appointment with a Consultant Psychiatrist at Britton House, but the Surgery has not contacted me about the letter of referral yet. All I have got is an appointment with Jayne East who is a nurse on 24 October 2022 at 11.00 am
What am I to do?
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Wed, 12 Oct at 15:50
I am sorry to hear through your numerous emails to us that your troubles are no better.
I do hope you eventually find some way of getting the help you need.
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NHS Complaint form printable.pdf 54.5kB:
NHS Complaint Form printable
Your complaint about Community Mental Health Team, Britton House, Britton Farm, High Street,
Gillingham, Kent ME71AL,Long Catlis Road Surgery, Parkwood Health Centre, Long Catlis Road,
Rainham, Kent ME8 9PR
Have you used our service
Reference Number FS457383658
Your name Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
Your address 3 Hoath Lane
County Kent Postcode ME8 0SL
Country United Kingdom
Your daytime number +447967789619
Your email address email@example.com
Contact preferred option Email
If you are complaining for someone else What is your relationship to them?
Why can't they make the complaint themselves?
Their phone number
About your complaint
Are you taking legal action No
Details of action you are taking (if applicable)
Date the problem you are
complaining about happened
Date you became aware of the problem
Date you complained to the organisation
Reason you didn't bring your complaint sooner (if
The organisation(s) you are complaining about
Community Mental Health Team, Britton House, Britton Farm, High Street, Gillingham, Kent ME71AL,Long Catlis Road Surgery, Parkwood Health Centre, Long Catlis Road, Rainham, Kent ME8
Named person you are complaining about (if applicable)
Did the organisation miss any issues you raised in your complaint?
I have been complaining to the Surgeries (former Wigmore Medical Centre) that It needs to provide me with full written reasons as to why I am diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, persistent delusional disorders, and now Bipolar. They are keeping silent.
Summary of Complaint
I have been Mental Health Care for diagnosis and treatment for over 20 years, having been sectioned twice and said to be suffering from persistent delusional disorder first. Then Britton
House and its older Team decided that I had paranoid schizophrenia. On 9 September I received a letter in the post that I had Bipolar and delusional disorder. For paranoid schizophrenia I was prescribed risperidone 4 mg, sertraline 150 mg and Depakote 1000 mg but on receipt of this letter stating that I had Bipolar and not what was formerly diagnosed, my medications have not been changed to reflect that. I asked the Long Catlis Surgery why it had changed the diagnosis and asked it to provide me with their letter of referral to Britton House which had resulted in this communication from Britton House. The Surgery just said that my complaint had been sent to the relevant clinician, but despite this week being told that the GP would take action on it. Nothing took place.
For the record, I am neither paranoid schizophrenic with persistent delusional disorder nor am I Bipolar with delusional disorder. I consider myself to be the sanest person on Earth.
How you or the person you are complaining on behalf of has been affected
My employability in professional scientific careers have been shattered by these continuous incorrect diagnosis and treatment imposed on me for the past 20 years and is still continuing behind
secrecy of operation at Long Catlis Road Surgery and Britton House. They are preventing me from having a face-to-face appointment with a fresh new Consultant Psychiatrist at Britton House to examine me.
What you are hoping we can achieve for you
I would like a second opinion on my mental condition as it is presently reflected from a face-to-face appointment.
Is this something you are willing to do?
Will you be sending in your documents separately?
I would like the Ombudsman to look at my complaint.
I agree to share all the relevant evidence, including medical records, so that you can investigate this
complaint under the Health Service Commissioners Act 1993
To the best of my knowledge, everything I have told you is correct
I understand that, to help resolve my complaint, you will need to use and keep personal information
about me – for example, how to contact me and details about my complaint and sometimes sensitive personal information.
I understand that this might include collecting information about me from the organisation I’ve
complained about and possibly sharing information with other parties – for example, others that may have been involved in my complaint.
I agree with the declaration. Please look at my complaint.
Please look at the complaint submitted on behalf of the person named in the "About the person
you are making thecomplaint for" section. I have their written consent to complain on their behalf.
They have agreed that you can get all the relevant papers, including medical records, so that you can
investigate this complaint under the Health Service Commissioners Act 1993.
They understand that this may mean that I am able to see personal information that you get for the
investigation. Date submitted 09/10/202
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As we are the final stage for unresolved complaints, we usually expect you to complain to the organisation you are unhappy with first. This is so that it has the chance to look into your concerns and, where needed, put things right for you. For further information please visit https://www.ombudsman.org.uk/making-complaint/before-you-come-to-us What happens next? If you have an existing case with us, your email will be added to your case and your caseworker will be in contact with you in due course. If this
Wed, 12 Oct at 19:47
Phso Enquiries <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 12 Oct at 19:47
As we are the final stage for unresolved complaints, we usually expect you to complain to the organisation you are unhappy with first. This is so that it has the chance to look into your concerns and, where needed, put things right for you. For further information please visit https://www.ombudsman.org.uk/making-complaint/before-you-come-to-us
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If this is the first time you are contacting us, one of our Intake Caseworkers will take a look at your complaint.
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