Important - NHS services across the North West are experiencing extremely high demand at the moment – this includes GP practices and the 111 service which are both extremely busy. If you need advice for an every-day illness or injury, please either contact your local pharmacy for help or look at the self-care advice that’s available on-line from the NHS at www.nhs.uk. If you want to check your symptoms, there is an on-line symptom checker available at 111.nhs.uk, which will re-direct you to a health professional if you need to be seen by someone. If you have persistent symptoms that are not getting better, contact your practice for advice
Pasture Road Health Centre, Pasture Road, Moreton Wirral, CH46 8SA
Telephone: 0151 522 0099
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Moreton Health Clinic, 8-14 Chadwick Street, Moreton, Wirral, CH46 7XA | Telephone: 0151 522 0099
If you have a test/investigation, please be sure that you know how to find out the result . If a test result needs urgent action we will try to contact you. Please note we would not routinely contact you for a normal result.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE YOUR UP TO DATE CONTACT DETAILS INCUDING TELEPHONE NUMBER.
Your sample will be sent off to the lab and once it has been processed the result will be sent back to the practice by computer. When the results come back to the practice they will be reviewed by a doctor, usually after afternoon surgeries and visits have been done. The doctor will then decide if any action is necessary.
It is important that you wait at least five working days. Test results can be viewed at the NHS App (or website), Patient Access App (or website) or other provider. Please contact the practice after 11am on the day for any test results.
If you do not have access to the internet then after five days please call us or complete an admin PATCHS form.
Enquiries about tests ordered by the hospital should be directed to the hospital and not the practice. In order to maintain confidentiality test results will only be given to the patient or to parents/guardians of minors if appropriate.
A blood test is when a sample of blood is taken for testing in a laboratory. Blood tests have a wide range of uses and are one of the most common types of medical test. For example, a blood test can be used to:
A blood test usually involves the phlebotomist taking a blood sample from a blood vessel in your arm and the usual place for a sample is the inside of the elbow or wrist, where the veins are relatively close to the surface.
You can find out more about blood tests, their purpose and the way they are performed on the NHS Choices website.
There are a number of screening tests that may be offered from time to time. There try to detect conditions at the earliest stages eg mammogram for women over 50 yrs, or look for people at a higher risk of developing illness in the future, eg cholesterol testing.
The current tests available are:
Cervical cytology( smear) 25-65 years
Mammography over 50 years
Bowel cancer screening over 60 years
Lipid (cholesterol) testing over 40 years
Click on the link below for a Transgender cross programme screening leaflet