Practice dilemma: Dealing with a patient who repeatedly complains

We have a patient who repeatedly complains. He isn't happy with any of the GPs he sees, he has also complained about reception and problems getting through on the phone. Every response we provide provokes another reply from the patient. We feel we have addressed his concerns and that his reaction is out of proportion to the situation. How can we handle this?

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