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Royal United Hospital Blood Test Changes

Royal United Hospital Bath is having a new laboratory computer system from 4 November.  Patients who have seen a Consultant and are asked to have bloods taken in the surgery will be given the labels to bring to us indicating which bloods are required.  We will not be able to take the bloods if we do not have these labels as we will not know what bloods are needed.  We will be asking patients if they have the hospital labels before we can book them an appointment for a blood test.  Patients will need to get the label from the hospital and no appointment for bloods can be given until they have the label.

Help and Advice on Minor Illnesses


Healthier Together is a website with resources aimed at Parents and Carers as well as Healthcare Professionals. It offers advice and information from pregnancy through childhood to teenage years including weaning, illnesses, medication, keeping your child safe and well plus tips for dealing with challenging behavour and a child who is struggling emotionally. It is also available as an app so download it to your smart phone or tablet for advice at your fingertips.

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