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Blood tests should be authorised by a clinician.
If your blood test is for a hospital consultant, we no longer do these blood tests. These can be done next door at Cranleigh Village Hospital. Book online at https://www.royalsurrey.nhs.uk/blood-tests. Please ensure you bring your blood form to your appointment. If you do not have a blood form, please contact your Consultant directly to send one to you.
Blood tests for very young children may be done at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford and your doctor will prescribe a local anaesthetic cream to put on an hour before the test, to numb the skin. You can book this online at https://www.royalsurrey.nhs.uk/blood-tests
You can find out more about blood tests, how they are performed and their function by the visiting the NHS Choices website.
When your GP refers you for one of these tests, you will need to contact one of the x-ray departments below:
You can find out more about x-ray tests, how they are performed, their function and the risks by visiting the NHS Choices website.
Other tests done at the Practice include
These will be requested by your GP.
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Your doctor will have seen these results and made any necessary comment or recommendation.
Alternatively please contact the Practice by phone.
Please note that we have a strict policy regarding confidentiality and Data Protection. In this respect we will only give out test results to the person they relate to unless you have told us beforehand that we may give them to someone else.
All tests and investigations required by specialists must be ordered by them and the appointments for these sent to you.
If the specialist requires blood tests, he/she should give you a request form which you can bring to the practice to book an appointment here. There is also a phlebotomy walk-in service at Royal Surrey Country Hospital, which is open from 08.30am-4.30pm, Monday to Friday, or you can book online at https://www.royalsurrey.nhs.uk/blood-tests. You may also be able to have this done in a community clinic. Please ask your specialist.
The specialist is responsible for acting upon the results of any test they request, and for informing you of the results.
If you haven’t heard from the specialist about a test result, please ring their secretary at the hospital. Unfortunately, your surgery may not know the result, and will not know what the specialist intended to do with the information.