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Community Phlebotomy Service

Please note the Community Phlebotomy Service is  VIA APPOINTMENTS ONLY.

Phlebotomy provides a service to take blood samples on request from your GP /midwife/ nurse or hospital doctor to be sent to the laboratories for testing.


Please ensure you bring your blood form with you to your appointment. 
You and any carers must wear a face covering during your visit.

To book an appointment at one of our six Health Centres across the City of Wolverhampton, visit the Community Phlebotomy Service website or by scanning the QR codes found in the downloads section of the page.

Domiciliary

Home visits are offered to patients who are clinically housebound only. Patients are continually assessed and as their condition improves will be offered to attend a drop-in clinic.  If a home visit is required your GP / Care Provideer will be able to refer you into the Phlebotomy Domicillary Service by completing the appropriate referral.

Direct to GP Practices

Community Phlebotomist provide clinics within GP practices which are attended by the GP practice patients only.  For further information including venues, times of clinics etc. please contact your GP. 


For more information please contact the service.

Who to contact

Contact Name
The Help Line
Telephone
01902 442607
Website
Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Our service is accessed through referral from your GP / Nurse /Midwife or Hospital Doctor.

The referral is made with a fully completed Royal Wolverhampton Trust blood request form.

The receptionist at the Health Centre will check the blood request form to make sure all the information is present prior to you seeing the phlebotomist. If there are any problems with the form the receptionist will advise you to return to your GP / nurse/ midwife or hospital doctor, to correct the form.

Record Last Updated on: 04/08/2021

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