we're not currently doing these at the surgery.
book your blood test online, or ring 8296 2846 between 9am-4pm.
after you know that the doctor/nurse has emailed them the request form.
Don't forget that it's still, as always, You're responsibility to check the results using your online surgery account or ringing reception in a few days
Please drink plenty of water before blood test, otherwise it might look as if your kidneys are dehydrated.
If the doctor indicates that it should be a fasting test, it is important to follow instructions, otherwise the results can be misleading, and even make us think you might have diabetes! That is nothing to eat after 8pm night before test: just water in the morning, not hot drink with milk/sugar
X-rays are done between 9.00am and 4.00pm on weekdays at St. Helier Hospital
Please present your X-ray request form at the X-ray department reception. X-ray results take a week or so to report.
Urine samples for hospital laboratory analysis can be taken directly to St. Helier Hospital pathology department carefully sealed in the request form. Or our courier can deliver it to the lab: but you must hand it in before 10.15am. It is imperative that they are clean mid-stream samples, following a bath/shower, otherwise contaminants like discharge can spoil the test.
ECG GP will give you a request form to take to one of two venues, at times indicated on the form, no appointment necessary....
This is a great service, and we get a report that is looked at by a cardiologist within a day or two.
Because of the huge volume of results we will inform patients of test results by text (so do have your up to date number on file!) If you don't hear within a few days of having had your blood test, then please ring reception. The responsibility is yours if you have not heard.. Understanding results
Ring between 11.30am and 1pm Monday to Friday. You may ask for your cholesterol level if you wish.
Note that the practice has a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection and we will only release test results to the person to whom they relate unless that person has given prior permission for the release of this data or they are not capable of understanding the results..