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Getting a urine test

test_vials2Bring a urine specimen in before 11:00 on the day it is done. Please make sure specimens are labelled with the date and your name and DOB.

The doctor or nurse will have told you if the sample is for dip testing at the practice. This is usually done as a screen for sugar or infection. Please tell the receptionist this information.

If you were told that the sample is to go to the hospital laboratory then there are several rules to follow. The sample must be mid stream, passed the same morning it is brought in, into a sterile bottle obtained from reception. Please label it with your name, date of birth and the days date. Please note that the laboratory do not do routine pregnancy testing. Fast reliable tests can be purchased at the chemist.

Noticeboard

Easter and May Bank Holiday Closures 2014

The Surgery will close at 6.00 p.m. on Thursday 17th April and will reopen on Tuesday 22nd April at 8.30 am. There will be no extended hours on Saturday 19th April.

The Surgery will also be closed on Mondays 5th May and 26th May.

When the surgery is closed the Wirral GP Out of Hours service is available by ringing 0151 678 8496

Repeat Prescription Requests: Please ensure that you order your repeat prescription in good time during the closure periods. You should allow at least 2 working days for your prescription to be processed.

Shingles Vaccination - You are entitled to a shingles vaccinatin if you are aged 70 years on 1st September 2013 or aged 79 years on 1st September 2013.  These can be given at the same time as the flu vaccinations. Book your appointment now if you are eligible!

When the surgery is closed.... if you have an urgent medical problem that will not wait until the surgery is open, please ring the GP Out of Hours service on 0151 678 8496

 
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