COVID-19 update:  Our hospital is still fully open for appointments and admissions, however visitors are not permitted.

Blood Tests

The Pathology Unit is a well equipped modern facility providing a comprehensive diagnostic service to all areas of the Hospital and to Consultants and GPs, in London and the South East of England. The Pathology Unit has full unconditional CPA accreditation

Walk in service

The Unit operates a walk in service for all routine blood tests. Please ensure that you have a signed copy of your referral form from your GP, Doctor or Consultant. If the referral is external to the Hospital, please ensure that you provide the address for your referrer so that we can send them the results once processed.

If your requested tests are highly specialised, please contact our phlebotomy team in advance to see if an appointment is necessary.

COVID-19 antibody test

You may self refer for the coronavirus (COVID-19) antibody test only. You will be given an information sheet that assists you in interpreting the outcome and your results will be emailed to you after the sample has been tested.

Contact info

For further information or advice about having a blood test please contact us:

Tel – 020 7806 4000 ext 4856

Fax– 0207432 8263

Email us at: info@hje.org.uk

Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 8.00am – 8.00pm

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    Our Hospital is renowned for providing exemplary levels of care across more than 90 services. From orthopaedics, to urology, ENT, as well as a private GP practice and our urgent care centre, Casualty First, our services are led by some of London’s leading Consultants. For more information, and to find a service suitable for your care, find out more about the services that we offer.

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    If you have any questions relating to treatment options or pricing information then get in touch with us by filling out one of our contact boxes or giving us a call on +44 207 806 4060.

    Our Appointments Team have a dedicated and caring approach to finding you the earliest appointment possible with the best specialist.

     If you are self-paying you don’t need a referral from your GP for a consultation. You can simply refer yourself* and book an appointment.

    If you have medical insurance (e.g. Bupa, Axa PPP, Aviva), you will need to contact your insurer to get authorisation for any treatment and, in most cases, you will require a referral letter from your GP.

    If you do not have a GP, then we have an in-house private GP practice that you can use. Alternatively we can suggest the most appropriate course of action for you to take, given your location and individual circumstance.

    *Please note – for investigations such as X-rays and MRI’s a referral will be required. However, we may be able to arrange this for you through our on-site private GP.

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