When will the online blood test appointment system (Sangix) be available for Patients?
Our online blood test appointment system (Sangix) is now live! A limited version will be rolled out on 25th March 2021.
I have been asked to book a blood test at Kingston Hospital. Can I just turn up?
You will need to book an appointment to come in for a blood test which can be done via the link above or by phone.
How can I book a blood test?
To book a blood test appointment, we need you to complete a simple online form providing some personal information. After this, you will be offered a range of dates for your blood test. The whole process should take no more than 5 minutes.
Our online booking system has been designed by Sangix for Kingston Hospital. Patients can book the blood test by using a PC or a smartphone or tablet and by going on to the following the link
You also can book blood test appointment by calling 020 3870 5766
What if I am unable to book blood tests online?
If you are not able to create an account, you can ask a family member or carer to help. If this is not possible, our clinicians/admin staff can create an account and book an appointment on your behalf. Alternatively you can book a blood test appointment by calling 020 3870 5766.
What will I need to do to book an appointment online?
Please click here for more information.
What should I bring with me?
Please remember to bring your GP blood request form. Unfortunately, if you attend without a GP Blood Request form we will not be able to take blood samples from you.
If you have attended a clinic at the hospital you will not need a form, but will still need to book an appointment online.
Please take a note, we only accept the form generated with the Kingston Hospital letter head.
Where do I need to go once I arrive for my Blood test?
The Blood Test Department is located on the Ground Floor just inside the Main Outpatient Entrance of the Hospital.
Our opening times are Monday to Thursday 8am to 6pm and Fridays 8am to 5:30pm. The service is shut on weekends and bank holidays.
Please note that you must book an appointment prior to attending our clinic.
What is the check-in process?
Follow the signs for blood tests and check in with the team once you arrive or you can also self-check in from your smart phone or devices.
What happens if I am late for an appointment?
If you are more than 15 minutes late you will need to rebook. You will have the choice of either waiting until the next available slot for that day (if there is one available), or rebooking for another day.
Who should I contact for further information?
For general enquires regards to appointment please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 020 8934 3294.
Please contact with Shaha Riadh, Phlebotomy Service Manager, via email at email@example.com or call 020 8934 3294 or Sara Palhinha, Matron MOPD and Phlebotomy.
If you would like to provide any feedback please contact our PALS team firstname.lastname@example.org