How to get your blood test (also called phlebotomy)
- Telephone number: 020 8967 5399
- Service hours: Monday to Friday - 8am -3:45pm for GP patients and 8am - 4.30pm for outpatient clinic patients
- Location: Phlebotomy unit, outpatients 1, level 2
- Division: Surgery
- General manager: Noreen Nolan (Matron)
- Service manager: Sophie Gohil, Phlebotomy Manager
About the service
If you have a referral form from your GP or from one of our outpatient clinics, you can get your blood tested in our phlebotomy department.
Bring your referral form to the phlebotomy department in the Outpatients 1 area on Level 2, then take a ticket and wait for your number to be called.
Caring for children
If your child is two years old or younger, we will see them for their blood test in our paediatric unit on level 10.
If your child is between the ages of two and five, they can get their blood test in the community.
If your child is over five, we can see them in the phlebotomy department as usual.
You can be referred to our phlebotomy unit from a GP, from a community clinic, or from one of our outpatient clinics. You must bring your referral form to the department in order to have your blood test.
Special tests (GTT) must be booked via our direct phoneline: 020 8967 5399.