Fraud against the NHS means that the money intended for patient care, and funded by the taxpayer, ends up in the pockets of those who did not legitimately earn it. It means fewer resources are available to be spent on frontline health services such as patient care, health care facilities, doctors, nurses and other staff.

Anyone can use our secure online reporting form to report concerns of fraud within the NHS. Whether you are a member of the public, an NHS employee, a contractor, a supplier, from another government agency or someone else, your input can make a difference.

Don't worry if you don't have all the facts, just tell us what you know. It is our role to review the information you provide and where possible, fill gaps in understanding. By working together we can stop NHS fraud.