Tests and Results





Results can be accessed online via the NHS App. If this was not done when you set it up
please speak to reception to arrange this.

Please do not call the surgery for your results, please message us via Accurx online platform.

You will be advised at the time of your test which day to call, but please understand that delays do sometimes occur.

Image of patient receiving test results

Test results can only be given to the patient concerned or any person that the patient has notified the practice has their permission to do so.



Which test Where and when When to call for results
Blood - adults
  • Mayfield Surgery: by appointment
  • Queen Mary’s Hospital: Monday - Friday 8:30-4:45
  • St John’s Therapy Centre: Monday - Thursday 8:00-4.15
  • Brocklebank Health Centre: Monday - Friday 9:00-12:00

1 week later

Between 2-3:30pm

Blood - children
  • St George’s Hospital, Dragon Centre Children’s Clinic, Ground floor, Lanesborough Wing: Mon-Thurs 9:00-12.45pm and 14.00-16.15
  • St John’s Therapy Centre: Friday 8.30-13:00 and 13:30-16:15
  • Kingston Hospital: children under 7 years of age by appointment only - to book call 020 8546 7711 ext. 6403

All children under the age of 16yrs attending the Phlebotomy should be accompanied by an adult.

1 week later

Between 2-3:30pm


Monday-Friday only

  • Mayfield Surgery: before 15:30
  • Queen Mary’s Hospital: Before 15:00
  • Kingston Hospital: Before 16:30

5 days later

Between 2-3:30pm

  • Queen Mary’s Hospital: Mon-Fri 8:00-19:00

Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays 11:00-16:00

(Special X-Rays need an appointment)

2 weeks later

Between 2-3:30pm

Ultrasound Queen Mary’s Hospital: Call 24 hours after seeing your GP to book an appointment 020 8487 6512 or 020 8487 6513
or an appointment will be posted to you.

2 weeks later

Between 2-3:30pm


Information for fasting Patients

Your doctor has requested that you attend for a fasting blood test. This may be for glucose or lipid/cholesterol testing.

For these test to be performed you need to be nil by mouth overnight. This means that you should have:

  • No food or drink (except plain water) for up to 12 hours before the blood test
  • No Alcohol for 16hrs before the blood test 
  • No smoking for 12hrs before the blood test.

You may continue to drink water during the fast but not more than the normal amount of fluid you would normally drink in that period. Please continue to take any prescribed medication with water only.

If you do not comply with this fasting period may result in negative results and the test will need to be repeated.


Information for Diabetic Patients

If you are a diabetic patient on insulin, have your fasting blood test then take your insulin as usual with your breakfast.

If you are taking oral hypoglycaemic tablets, have your blood test and then take your tablet with your breakfast.

Carry your blood glucose meter in case you need to use it.

Because of the waiting period, it is advisable for you to bring in something to have to eat after your blood test.

Please follow any additional instructions that your doctor / nurse may have given you.