Phlebotomy Service (Blood Tests)

Homerton Phlebotomy Service Information


•   Main Blood Clinic: based on the Homerton hospital site at the Clifden Centre (the Big Green Wall at the back of the hospital)
•   John Scott Health Centre Clinic: based in Green Lanes, N4 2NU.
•   Paediatric patients (children 11 and under, or children under 16 with learning disabilities or difficulties): based at Starlight Outpatients at Homerton Hospital
•   Antenatal Clinic: for antenatal patients only 


All blood tests are now via appointment that must be pre-booked.

Please book an appointment for your blood test, using the following link: https://www.swiftqueue.co.uk/homerton.php. There is a limited walk-in service, and we cannot guarantee that you will be seen if you do not have an appointment. 
If you are not able to book online, please call 07342068763 (Mon - Fri 8am-5pm) to book an appointment by speaking to a member of staff or leaving a message. Messages are monitored regularly, and you will be informed of your appointment.

Book your blood test online

 

Homerton Main Blood Clinic:

Open Monday to Friday from 8am to 4pm

8am – 9am: priority is given to fasting diabetic patients

Fasting Patients: Patients must fast for 12 hours prior to attending for a test otherwise bloods cannot be taken.
Please ensure you bring the form you have been issued with to clinic otherwise bloods cannot be taken.  Unless we have requested the bloods electronically in which case you will not be issued with a form.

If you already have an appointment with the hospital doctor, you can have your blood test on the same day without booking a separate appointment in the Main Outpatients Department.

 

John Scott Health Centre Clinic:
(GP Appointments only)
Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 12.30pm

Fasting Patients: Patients must fast for 12 hours prior to attending for a test otherwise bloods cannot be taken.
Please ensure you bring the form you have been issued with to clinic otherwise bloods cannot be taken.  Unless we have requested the bloods electronically in which case you will not be issued with a form.



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