Phlebotomy / Blood Tests
If a doctor or nurse has advised a blood test you will be asked to either book an appointment through the community treatment centres 0141 355 1525 or in certain cases asked to book in with the practice nurse.
FASTING BLOOD TESTS
If you have been asked to have a fasting blood test you should attend in the morning and have had nothing to eat for 12 hours prior to the test. You may drink water but nothing else in this time period.
It is important that you follow up and find out the results of your blood tests. You may have been asked to make a follow up appointment to discuss your blood tests. If you are phoning for results please allow about 1 week before calling the surgery (your GP will inform you if the test may take come back sooner or if it may take longer to come back).
Normal results: the receptionists may be able to tell you over the phone if all the tests were normal.
Abnormal results: the GPs review all the results and you will be contacted if there is anything that needs to be discussed urgently. If a result is abnormal but does not need to be discussed urgently, then you may be contacted by letter, text or telephone by our reception staff. If you would like to discuss the results with a doctor then please arrange a telephone appointment with the GP who ordered the tests if this is possible.
Flu vaccinations are NOT being given at the practice this year. Information on how you obtain your flu vaccination is available here. Please do not call the practice for information as we are no longer responsible for delivery of flu vaccinations and therefore cannot provide information. As always, we encourage you to consider getting vaccinated.
Info on flu vaccinations for 60-64 year olds can be found in this document here.View Details
We are delighted to announce that Dr Steel has joined Dr Rennie and Dr Gallacher as a partner at the practice and that Dr Lange has joined us as a salaried GP.View Details
After nearly 31 years working at Grantley Medical Practice Dr Fitchett retired at the end of April 2020.
"I will miss the patients, staff and colleagues, some of whom I have known since I started working at the practice. It has been a privilege and pleasure to have been a GP during this time and I leave knowing that the current doctors will continue to work hard to provide a caring service to the patients of the practice."View Details