Booking a blood test

Booking a Blood Test at a Hospital in East Kent

This site allows you to book an appointment for a blood test.  This booking service, brought in to help observe social distancing, it is now available across all our hospital sitesNormally you would have received a form from a doctor, or you might have been given a pathology reference number, either way you can book it now if you plan to have your blood test done in any of our hospitals. We offer a Phlebotomy (blood test) service to adults and children 5 years of age and older. Please select your chosen site to begin the booking process at the bottom of this page. 

If you require an appointment for a glucose tolerance test please refer to the pathology pages on our trust website and not this booking service, by clicking the following link; https://www.ekhuft.nhs.uk/patients-and-visitors/services/pathology/blood-tests-phlebotomy/

If you are unable to book via the portal please call 01227 206739. 

What will happen when I arrive?

On arrival please wait in the designated phlebotomy waiting areas. We need you to keep the contact you have with other patients to a minimum so therefore please do not arrive more than 15 minutes prior to your appointment time.  Occasionally unexpected events occur and there may be a queue in which case we ask that you to wait to be called staying a safe distance from other people.

How do I know when its my turn?

By supplying an email address or mobile phone number as part of the booking process you will receive a confirmatory email or text message with your appointment date and time. On the day of the appointment the phlebotomist will call your name when its your turn.

What if I need to change my appointment?

Within the confirmatory text message and email that you will receive as part of the booking confirmation there is the facility to reschedule or cancel your appointment. If you are unable to attend please cancel or reschedule as soon as possible allowing the appointment to be available to  other patients.


Coronavirus update

You must wear something that covers your nose and mouth when you go to a hospital.

If you're having surgery or a procedure:

  • you, the people you live with and anyone in your support bubble may need to self-isolate before you go into hospital
  • you may need a test to check if you have coronavirus before you go into hospital
  • your hospital will contact you with more information about what you need to do



Who is this test for?
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