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Blood tests

Blood tests take place at our hospitals and in health centres in the Sandwell area.

Neptune Health Centre – Walk in Service
Monday – Friday, 8am – 3pm (closed on bank holidays)
Neptune Health Park
Sedgley Road West
Tipton
DY4 8PX
0121 521 1555

Lyng Health Centre – Walk in Service
Monday – Friday, 7am – 2:30pm (closed on bank holidays)
Frank Fisher Way
West Bromwich
B70 6JT
0121 612 2000

Sandwell Hospital – Walk in Service
Monday – Friday, 7.30am – 4:55pm (closed on bank holidays)
Lyndon
West Bromwich
B71 4HJ
0121 507 3650

Oldbury Health Centre – Walk in Service, Closed for 30minute lunch break
Monday – Friday, 8am – 2:30pm (closed on bank holidays)
Albert Street
Oldbury
B69 4DS
0121 543 1266

Birmingham Treatment Centre – Walk in Service
Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:55pm (closed on bank holidays)
City Hospital
Dudley Road
Birmingham
B18 7QH
0121 507 4222

Victoria Health Centre – Walk in Service, Closed for 30minute lunch break
Monday – Friday, 8am – 3pm (closed on bank holidays)
5 Suffrage Street
Smethwick
B66 3PZ

Rowley Regis Hospital – Walk in Service
Monday – Friday, 8am – 3:45pm (closed on bank holidays)
Moor Lane
Rowley Regis
B65 8DA
0121 507 6300

Tower Hill Medical Centre – Booked patients only, Closed for 30minute lunch break
Monday, 8am – 3pm (closed on bank holidays)

25 Tower Hill
Great Barr
B42 1LG
0121 411 0487

Handsworth Wood Medical Centre – Booked patients only,  Closed for 30minute lunch break
Thursday, 8am – 3pm (closed on bank holidays)

101 Church Lane
Handsworthworth Wood
B21 2HJ
0345 111 1312

Aston Pride Community Centre – Walk in Service  Closed for 30minute lunch break
Monday & Tuesday, 8am – 2.30pm (closed on bank holidays)

Victoria Road
Aston
B65HA
0121 411 0352

Soho Health Centre – Walk in Service,  Closed for 30minute lunch break
Monday,Tuesday & Friday 7.30am – 2.30pm, Wednesday 7.30am -12.30 (closed on bank holidays)

247 – 251 Soho Road
Handsworth
B210RY
0121 465 4450

Things to know about your test

Request form: This is given to you when you see your GP or at an outpatient appointment at hospital. It is essential that you bring this form with you to have your blood taken.

Fasting and timed tests: Some tests need to be taken at a special time of day (for example, certain drug tests), or when you are fasting. You should be advised of this when the form is given to you. For fasting glucose and triglyceride tests you should have fasted for 10 hours.

Children under the age of 12 years old will be seen Monday to Friday from 8am till 3pm

If numbing cream is required please speak to your GP  

Results: Tests are sent back to your doctor. Most tests are available within a working day and most come back electronically. Some tests can take longer, especially if they have to be sent to another laboratory. Your GP or doctor at the hospital can advise you on this.

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