Blood Tests

Blood being drawn from a patient'd arm by a nurse.

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General information 

Blood tests, sometimes referred to as phlebotomy, have a wide range of uses and are one of the most common types of medical tests.

A blood test can be used to assess your general state of health, check if you have an infection, see how well certain organs such as the liver and kidneys are working and screen for certain genetic conditions.

Please see below for information on blood test clinics. There are clinics available for patients with special needs. There are a variety of locations to have a blood test, and you can now pre-book an appointment for a blood test at Morriston Hospital and the Bay Field Hospital.

  • To book a blood test online go here
  • If you are unable to access online booking please telephone: 01792 601807 between 9am and 4pm
  • Disabled access: For health and safety reasons we reserve the right to prioritise patients with mobility issues at our clinics. Please note there is no wheelchair access and limited disabled parking at the Bay Field Hospital.
  • To maintain social distancing, please do not arrive in the department more than five  minutes before your appointment.
  • Please make every effort to attend booked blood test appointments in your GP surgery. We keep a record of missed appointments.

 

 

 

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