If you have had a blood test, x-ray or scan it is important you find out the result.
Whilst we try to contact everyone with abnormal results, you should not assume that no news is good news.
Please ensure we have your up to date contact details, especially your mobile phone number and email.
How do I find out my result?
We will be using text alerts to inform you of any results from recent tests.
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO RECEIVE YOUR RESULTS THIS WAY, PLEASE INFORM RECEPTION OR YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE OPTED IN .
Our reception staff are not qualified to comment on results therefore it is your responsibility to check them and make any necessary follow-up appointment with the doctor on receipt of your text.
The easiest way to find out your test result is via the online portal. Once you register for online services, then it’s simply a matter of logging into the portal and visiting the ‘patient record’ section and clicking on ‘view test results’.
You can even look up historical results by visiting the ‘patient record’ section and clicking on ‘full clinical record’.
You will be able to read the Doctor’s comment and see the actual result.
If you need further tests or treatment then this will be indicated alongside the results and you can arrange this via the online portal or by contacting reception.Login to online services
If you have opted out of text messaging- please contact the appointment line on 0113 4677499 between 11am and 12 noon or 2pm until 4pm to ensure your results are back. You may be asked to make a telephone consultation with a clinician for them to give you your results.
Please note that we do have a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection. In this respect we will only give out results to the person they relate to unless that person has given prior permission for their release or if they are not capable of understanding them.
Please do not ask a relative or friend to telephone the surgery on your behalf. Results will only be given to the patient and not to a patient’s representative (except in the case of children, or when prior written consent has been given for a carer to act on your behalf).