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**CORONAVIRUS** NO ENTRY TO SURGERY UNLESS YOU HAVE A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT - SEE LATEST NEWS TAB FOR MORE INFO.

HMC are proud to receive a CQC GOOD WITH OUTSTANDING IN RESPONSIVE, CARE OF OLDER PEOPLE, VULNERABLE ADULTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE following our inspection. The first outstanding awarded in the boroughs of B&D, Redbridge, Havering! Thank you to our wonderful team. We will continue to work hard and improve the service we offer to our incredible patients

IT’S A BABY BOY! Dr Seema Haider and Dr Kavitha Subramanian have both given birth to baby boys. Welcome to the world baby Zack and baby Ari! <3

PLEASE BE AWARE, we are no longer accepting patients who live outside our Upminster catchment area. Letters are being sent out to out of area patients advising them of next steps.

PATIENTS- If you fail to attend 3 appointments (and do not cancel in advance), you will be asked to find another GP. Please remember to cancel appointments you no longer need. We lose over 100 appointments a month due to failed attendances.

PLEASE CALL AFTER 12PM FOR TEST RESULTS OR ROUTINE QUERIES AS PHONE LINES ARE VERY BUSY IN THE MORNING AND URGENT APPOINTMENT CALLS MUST BE PRIORITISED

Death of a relative

The Haiderian Medical Centre would like to offer our deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one. We know sometimes it can be difficult to know what to do after the death of a relative.

There are three things that must be done in the first few days after death:

    1. Get a medical certificate from your GP.

The practice will endeavour to complete this as soon as possible for you. Sometimes, there can be a delay if the case is complicated and needs to be referred to a coroner or the GP who was looking after your loved one is absent. Alternative arrangements will need to be made in these cases and we will try to do this as quickly as possible and keep you updated at all times.


2. Register the death within 5 days. You will then receive the necessary documents for the funeral. Do not worry if there is a delay of over 5 days due to waiting to hear from the coroner, the death can still be registered without any issue.

3. Make the necessary funeral arrangements

Register the death

If the death has been reported to the coroner they must give permission before registering the death.

You can register the death if you are a relative, a witness to the death, a hospital administrator or the person making the arrangements with the funeral directors.

You can use the ‘Register a Death’ page on the gov.uk website that will guide you through the process.

For any support with bereavement then please speak to a GP at the practice. If you are not registered with us then please make an appointment to see your own GP



 
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