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Can I file an allegation by telephone?

Anyone can file an allegation against a licensed or regulated health care professional. However, all allegations must be in writing and must include the complainant's correct name and address. Although we provide a form for use in filing an allegation, we will accept any written allegations received regardless of whether the form is used or not.

For an Allegation form, call, write, email or download: 

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Bureau of Health Care Services
Enforcement Division
Allegation Section
PO Box 30454
Lansing, MI 48909

Telephone: 517-373-9196
Fax: 517-241-2389
Email: BHCSHelp@michigan.gov 

If you choose not to use our form, you must include the information requested on the link, "What information is required?"

 

 

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