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IMPORTANT - REFERRAL INFORMATION

Since the Cyberattack in mid May, referrals done possibly from the mid to end of April have not been processed . If you are have been waiting for a referral since this time, please contact the surgery and speak to one of the medical secretaries. The surgery has been working to try and locate and process as many of the referrals as possible.

PATIENT ONLINE ACCESS AND ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING  - Open Mornings

We are holding 'open mornings' for patient online access registrations every morning from 9am to 12 noon between the 19th and 23rd June. If you would like to register for online services to be able to book/cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions or view your medical records, please come in to the surgery during the open mornings and the NHS England and surgery staff will be pleased to help. If you are having any problems with online access, please also feel free to come in and have a chat to see if we can sort it out! The staff will also give you advice about the Electronic Prescribing Service.

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Blood Tests

Phlebotomy is performed by our visiting phlebotomist three mornings a week, and also by the Health Care Assistant and Practice Nurses when required.

Blood clinics are also available as a drop in clinic at Chorley District Hospital between 8.30am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday.

All bloods and samples are collected by the hospital at the end of the morning - we ask that you submit any urine or stool samples by 12 noon.

 

Test Results

Most blood and microbiology results are returned to us within 3 days. We ask that requests for test results be made from 10am each day .

In order to maintain confidentiality test results will only be given to patients themselves, the parents of minors, or to carers if appropriate and at the doctor’s discretion.

 

 
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