Health Care Complaints Act 1993 No 105
Current version for 4 July 2014 to date (accessed 25 November 2014 at 06:55)

7   What can a complaint be made about?

(1)  A complaint may be made under this Act concerning:
(a)  the professional conduct of a health practitioner (including any alleged breach by the health practitioner of Division 1 or 3 of Part 7 of the Public Health Act 2010 or of a code of conduct prescribed under section 100 of that Act), or
(b)  a health service which affects, or is likely to affect, the clinical management or care of an individual client.
(2)  A complaint may be made against a health service provider.
(3)  A complaint may be made against a health service provider even though, at the time the complaint is made, the health service provider is not qualified or entitled to provide the health service concerned.
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