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New: Text Message Appointment Confirmations and Reminders. If this service would be helpful for you, check we hold an up-to-date mobile telephone number with reception.

Pneumococcal Vaccinations

At present, pneumococcal vaccinations are not available at the Practice due to a national shortage of the vaccine. 

RESULTS LINE - 01334 651202

Our results line is open from 12.30 to 1.30pm Monday to Friday.

Your Blood Test

Blood tests have a wide range of uses and are one of the most common types of medical test. For example a blood test can be used to:

  • Help with a diagnosis
  • Assess your general state of health
  • Confirm the presence of a bacterial or viral infection
  • See how well certain organs, such as the liver or kidneys, are functioning
  • Check your cholesterol level
  • Monitor your current treatment/medication

The sample of blood is taken by a trained member of staff in the practice and is sent to laboratory to be tested.

What do your results mean?

This question cannot be answered in general terms because your blood test results are specific to you. Your GP needs to interpret the result and these will only make sense when taking into account your personal medical history. Factors affecting your results could include:

  • Your age, sex and lifestyle
  • When the test was carried out, i.e. morning or afternoon
  • Whether you are stressed or anxious
  • Whether you are pregnant
  • How much physical activity you do

Receiving your result

If your result is normal

You will not normally be contacted with your result by the practice. It is very important however that you are aware of the results of tests to ensure they have been received and acted upon if necessary. If you are not contacted, it is your responsibility to contact the practice to obtain your result.

If your result is abnormal

If your results are abnormal you will be contacted by the practice and asked to make an appointment with one of the GPs to discuss any concerns. An abnormality can be caused by various conditions and your test may need to be repeated, the reasons could include:

  • A slight change from previous tests which may need to be monitored
  • A question on the reliability of the result
  • Further investigation required into a probable cause
  • The test has been spoilt, i.e. leaked in transit

Obtaining your result

Please allow at least 5 working days for test results to be received.  More specialist results may take longer.

Please telephone 01334 651202 between 12:30pm and 1:30pm when you will be given your results. 


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