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Important patient information:

Please be aware that some delays may occur under the new system and we ask that you be patient. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused and we greatly appreciate your patience.

Test Results

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If you need to telephone the surgery to check results, such as blood, cervical smear or x-ray investigations please telephone after 10am when the telephone is less busy and reception has time to find out if the result is available.

Results of tests may not always be available over the telephone as our receptionists are not qualified to interpret them, or the doctors may have left a message that they wish to telephone or make an appointment to speak to them personally.

Due to the rules of confidentiality, results and investigations will not normally be disclosed to anyone other than the person to whom the test has been performed and you may be asked for some proof of identity before the results are disclosed to you.

Never assume that you will be tracked down if the result is abnormal. Some specimens or results may get lost along the way so it is vital that you always check your results.

Most blood and urine tests take one week, smears one month and x-rays two weeks.

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PATIENT SURVEY

We would like to thank all patients that completed our patient survey and gave feedback. The results can be viewed under Survey Results

 

Appointment System: Do you have an acute medical problem?

Patients who have an acute medical problem that needs dealing with the same day please call between 8am-9am so we can prioritise patient care. Any patient calling during this time will be seen by a doctor or triage nurse the same day. These appointments are not for ongoing problems.

(please see appointments section for further details)

 
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