Whitby Health Partnership

114 Chester Road, Ellesmere Port, CH65 6TG

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Blood Tests

Have you been requested to have a blood test?

Unfortunately the capacity of phlebotomy appointments have become increasingly limited with the local walk in phlebotomy clinics no longer operating due to the current covid-19 pandemic.

There are various options to arrange an appointment

  • Visit the Countess of Chester Hospital website to book a blood test.
  • Extended Hours at the Ellesmere Port Hospital offer a phlebotomy service during evenings and at the weekend,  to book an appointment please ring 0300 123 7743.

Please complete and submit the form below only if you do not already have a blood form.

  • Provide information which will assist the team in the preparation for example ‘I have been asked to arrange annual vascular or diabetic blood test’, ‘I have received a text message from the practice asking me to arrange a blood test’ 
  • Allow up to 24hours to prepare your form to be collected from the surgery.

Request My Blood Form

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Without a form the phlebotomist will be unable to take samples to be sent for testing and you will be asked to rebook your appointment.

Patients needing an INR blood test do not need an additional form, please just take the letter you will have received from the anticoagulant service.

Please be Covid aware when attending any appointments all patients must

  • If you feel unwell or experience covid-19  (coronavirus) like symptoms on the day do not attend but seek advice from NHS 111 online
  • Please abide by the social distancing regulations
  • Wear a face mask or covering
  • Do Not arrive any earlier that 5 minutes before your appointment time
  • Patients to attend on their own, relatives, friends or companions must remain in the car
  • If you need assistance only ONE relative, friend or companion can accompany you wearing a mask or face covering
  • Remember to bring your blood form – without it you will not be tested