The frustration is obvious.
I am sitting at a table with two cancer victims and an elderly man who's profoundly deaf.
All have been randomly struck off by their GP surgery in Watton because it failed to hire two more doctors to cope with its 13,000 patients.
They're among 1,500 people who've been told they must register elsewhere.
Danielle Poole got the news as she was about to undergo a cancer operation.
David Brown, is deaf.
"Terrible thing, I have been with the Watton surgery, well not the surgery, but Watton doctors ever since I was born."
And Alan Hankin has bladder cancer.
"Everything through my life has always been last in, first out - it's always been that way all through industry, whatever job I've had, if you was the last in and there was redundancies coming up. It would be you who'd be considered first. Not there."
A report to Breckland Council says the problems are hiring and keeping doctors at the Watton practice. The Council's contacting NHS England to look at the issue. Meanwhile, it acknowledges the knock on effect, for some, has been huge.
No one from the surgery would talk to us on camera. But the practice manager said she was extremely sorry about all the upset and wished they could hire the doctors they need.