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to receive test results from a doctor. If the doctor is not available and you need the results urgently please call back on the next day or leave a message with a receptionist.
You may also access your test results
through Patient Access. If you wish to start using this and other online services, you can create an account by clicking on the "Online Access" tab above or the link below. When you are next at the surgery, please bring in two forms of identification; one with a photograph (for example a driving licence or passport), and the other with your current address (for example a credit card or bank statement) so that we can complete your account sign up registration. You will then be able to benefit from all the functions of Patient Access. Please Note: utility bills will not be accepted as a form of identification. If you cannot provide evidence of your identity, please speak to one of our receptionists. If you already have a letter from the practice, you can register for the full online service straight away. Just follow the instructions when you click on the link below.
Most blood and urine test results are available to us within 2-3 days.
Some blood tests may take longer to arrive. Most x-ray results are available within 1 week.
At times, you may be required to discuss a result further and if this is the case the receptionist will ask you to book an appointment with a doctor or nurse or we may write to you requesting you to do so.
Only results of tests requested in the surgery are sent back to us. If it was a hospital doctor who requested the result this is not usually sent to the practice until after you have been informed of the result at your next hospital appointment.