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East Harling & Kenninghall Medical Practice
CQC overall rating:   Good


The telephone number for the Out of Hours Service is 111.  Please use this service between 18:30 and 08:00, weekends and bank holidays.

Between 08:00 & 08:30 and 18:00 &18:30 Monday - Friday, please dial: 01603 481253.



We would like to remind patients that they can book an appointment with both a Doctor or Nurse on Saturday mornings.  Surgerys are held at each site once a month.  These clinics are for pre-bookable appointments only between the hours of 8.00 and 11.45.



If you are eligible i.e.65 and over or in one of the "At Risk Groups" with one of the following conditions:-Respiratory, Heart , Kidney , Liver disease. Diabetes, disease of the Nervous system, Immunosuppression, had a Stroke, or are a Carer. Please telephone to make an appointment.

N.B. flu injection provides protection against against the most prevalent flu viruses including the H1N1 (Swine flu) virus.

If you are included in the above you are also eligible for a Pneumococcal Vaccination, if you have not already had one, please ask the receptionist when making your appt as this can be given at the same time, but a longer appointment will be required.


You will have received information in the post from NHS Norfolk regarding the creation of a Summary Care Record (SCR). If you have any queries regarding the SCR, in the first instance please contact the NHS Care Records Service Information line on 0845 603 8510, PALS on 0800 587 4132 or visit

Finally, you may contact the Practice Manager, Wayne Rawlings, or his Assistant, Rebecca Leech, who will try to help with any queries you may have. Please do not book an appointment with your GP specifically to discuss the SCR.

Thank you.

Times of Bereavement

Times of Bereavement

If Death Occurs at Home:

1.   Contact a Funeral Director

2.   Arrange to collect the doctor's Medical Certificate of Death (usually from the Surgery)

3.   Take the Certificate to the Registrar's Office (together with the deceased's Medical Card and Birth Certififcate, if  available) for the area in which the death took place.  Alternatively you can register by declaration at any convenient Registrar's Office, but Certificates will not be available as these will have to be posted to you a few days later.

4.  The Registrar will normally issue a Green coloured Certificate for you to give to your Funeral Director who will look after the necessary arrangements for the funeral.  The Registrar will also issue a white Notification Certificate for the DSS.  They will also enquire as to the number of Certified copies you require for dealing with the finances of the deceased (a fee is payable for each copy).


If the Death Occurs in Hospital:

1.  Contact a Funeral director to inform them their services are required

2.  Collect the Certificate from the Hospital then follow steps 4 & 5 above


Note for Cremation:

Your Funeral Director will usually liaise directly the with Surgery regarding the additional Certificate required.

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