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Extended Access - A new service is starting on the 2nd July 2018 for all patients in Stevenage called Extended Access.  This service offers additional Doctor and Advanced Nurse Practitioner appointments outside of surgery hours - these are for routine appointments only and can be booked by calling the practice in the usual way.  Please see our 'Latest News' section for more details.



DIABETIC OPEN EVENING - MONDAY 2ND JULY 2018


What an informative and interesting evening we had!  Approximately 40 patients together with our PPG members attended St.Josephs Church in Bedwell Crescent to listen to advice regarding Diabetes.  The open evening was very well received and most informative.  We thank our speaker Janice Fuller for sharing her knowledge and look forward to another event in the near future.


Test Results

  • tests_and_results.jpgIt is your responsibility to make sure you know the results of test you have had.
  • Call the surgery between 10:00 to 12:00 or after 14:00 for your results.
  • Please wait at least 3 days before phoning for blood test results.
  • Please wait at least 1 week before phoning for X-ray results

Some specific blood tests take up to 3 weeks for the results to be returned to the surgery.

Please note that we do have a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection. In this respect we will only give out results to the person they relate to unless that person has given prior permission for their release or if they are not capable of understanding them.

Abnormal Results

If you receive an 'abnormal' test result, please bare in mind that it may not always be a cause for concern.  There are many medical reasons to explain why an 'abnormal' result is actually in fact a 'normal' result.

For more information regarding blood tests, please click on the links below:-

 
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