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blood testBlood tests (phlebotomy)

Update: 2 June 2020

To ensure that we keep our patients, visitors and staff safe and to meet social distancing  guidelines, we are now using an booking appointment system in our outpatient departments at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, St Margaret’s Hospital in Epping, and Herts and Essex Hospital in Bishop Stortford. To book an appointment, please email paht.bloodtestappointments@nhs.net with the information listed in the box below.

If you need to book an appointment today or tomorrow or you do not have access to email, please call the appointment booking line on 01279 82 7163. The appointment line is open Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm excluding bank holidays.

Information table

What is your surname?

What is your first name?

What is your date of birth?

Where would you like your appointment?

Some blood tests are only available at Princess Alexandra. Your Doctor will advise you.

  • Princess Alexandra, Harlow
  • Herts & Essex Hospital, Bishop’s Stortford
  • St. Margaret’s Hospital, Epping

Is it a fasting test? (Yes/no/don’t know)

Is your appointment for a Glucose tolerance Test (GTT)?

What is your preferred day?

Would you prefer morning or afternoon?

Have you got your blood test request form? (if not we will print one for you)

You will be contacted within 1 – 2 working days with your appointment day and time. Please ensure you wear a face mask if you have one.

Please note that some GP surgeries also offer a blood test service - please contact your surgery for advice.

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Blood test patient information leaflet

 

Thank you to you all at work in these tough times. You are all brilliant trying so save lives and trying to beat this horrible virus. Without you we don’t know where we would be now. Love to you all in these challenging times for our NHS.                                      

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