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ROYAL BOURNEMOUTH HOSPITAL & CHRISTCHURCH MEDICAL PRACTICE PHLEBOTOMY SERVICE.

 

Waiting times for walk-in appointments at Bournemouth Hospital Pathology Department have increased to in excess of 2.5 hours. To manage demand as safely as possible RBH will no longer provide a walk-in phlebotomy service from Monday 3rd June 2019.

 

If you need a blood test, you can book an appointment until the 30th June at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital: 01202 704785 or if you are a Christchurch Medical Practice patient you can book directly at the Christchurch Medical Practice: 01202 474311 option 2or on line via our website.

 

As of the 1st July routine blood tests will only be provided by primary care services. There will be no routine Phlebotomy service available at the Royal Bournemouth hospital.

 

We thank all Christchurch Medical Practice patients for their understanding whilst we have been setting up this service.

 

Thank you.

 

  



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