Tests &

Referrals

Our team may ask you to have some tests. Your doctor or nurse may refer you to a specialist.
Tests and Investigations After seeing a member of our team, you may be asked to undergo some tests, including: Blood tests You will be given a form by the doctor and asked to make an appointment at reception for your blood test. Some tests may involve fasting from midnight. If this is the case, or there are any other special instructions, you will be told by the doctor or the receptionist who books your appointment. X-rays You will be given a form by the doctor to hand in at reception. Our receptionists will give you instructions on how to arrange your X-ray appointment. Ultrasound scans You will be given a form to hand in at reception and the receptionist will arrange to send this off to the hospital or clinic where the ultrasound scan will be performed. You will then be notified of your appointment by letter. Physiotherapy referrals If physiotherapy is necessary, you will be given a form by the doctor. You must present this to our reception who will enter the details onto your records, and then give the form back to you to be taken to New Mills Clinic. 24-hour Blood Pressure Monitors You will be contacted and an appointment made for you to attend for the monitor to be fitted. Heart monitor 24 hour ECG heart monitors are fitted at the surgery, and you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for this. Specialist referrals If your doctor decides that you need to see a hospital specialist, you will be referred through the NHS Choose and Book system. Alternatively, if you have private medical insurance or wish to see a consultant on a private basis, you may make your own appointment and a letter can be collected from our reception, or posted or faxed to the consultant concerned.

Having tests or seeing other

healthcare professionals.

Test Results Please allow two weeks for results of tests to arrive back at the surgery. Your doctor or nurse will tell you if the results will be back more quickly or take longer than this. If you have not been contacted within two weeks, you can be assured that the results are okay. If you want to confirm, or you still feel unwell after two weeks, please call us after 11.30am. You will be able to find out your results or make another appointment.
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New Mills Surgery: Sett Valley Medical Centre Hyde Bank Road New Mills High Peak Derbyshire SK22 4BP Telephone: 01663 743483 Fax: 01663 741524
Hayfield Surgery: The Old Bank Surgery Market Street Hayfield High Peak Derbyshire SK22 2EP Telephone: 01663 744246 Fax: 01663 746054
New Mills: 01663 743483  |  Hayfield: 01663 744246

Tests & Referrals

Our team may ask you to have some tests. Your doctor or nurse may refer you to a specialist.

Having tests or seeing other

healthcare professionals.

Tests and Investigations After seeing a member of our team, you may be asked to undergo some tests, including: Blood tests You will be given a form by the doctor and asked to make an appointment at reception for your blood test. Some tests may involve fasting from midnight. If this is the case, or there are any other special instructions, you will be told by the doctor or the receptionist who books your appointment. X-rays You will be given a form by the doctor to hand in at reception. Our receptionists will give you instructions on how to arrange your X-ray appointment. Ultrasound scans You will be given a form to hand in at reception and the receptionist will arrange to send this off to the hospital or clinic where the ultrasound scan will be performed. You will then be notified of your appointment by letter. Physiotherapy referrals If physiotherapy is necessary, you will be given a form by the doctor. You must present this to our reception who will enter the details onto your records, and then give the form back to you to be taken to New Mills Clinic. 24-hour Blood Pressure Monitors You will be contacted and an appointment made for you to attend for the monitor to be fitted. Heart monitor 24 hour ECG heart monitors are fitted at the surgery, and you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for this. Specialist referrals If your doctor decides that you need to see a hospital specialist, you will be referred through the NHS Choose and Book system. Alternatively, if you have private medical insurance or wish to see a consultant on a private basis, you may make your own appointment and a letter can be collected from our reception, or posted or faxed to the consultant concerned.
Test Results Please allow two weeks for results of tests to arrive back at the surgery. Your doctor or nurse will tell you if the results will be back more quickly or take longer than this. If you have not been contacted within two weeks, you can be assured that the results are okay. If you want to confirm, or you still feel unwell after two weeks, please call us after 11.30am. You will be able to find out your results or make another appointment.
Main Menu
© Sett Valley Medical Centre, 2018  |  Our Privacy Policy
Website Design: GC_Wood
New Mills Surgery: Sett Valley Medical Centre Hyde Bank Road New Mills High Peak Derbyshire SK22 4BP Telephone: 01663 743483 Fax: 01663 741524
Hayfield Surgery: The Old Bank Surgery Market Street Hayfield High Peak Derbyshire SK22 2EP Telephone: 01663 744246 Fax: 01663 746054
New Mills: 01663 743483  |  Hayfield: 01663 744246

Tests &

Referrals

Our team may ask you to have some tests. Your doctor or nurse may refer you to a specialist.

Having tests or seeing other healthcare professionals.

Tests and Investigations After seeing a member of our team, you may be asked to undergo some tests, including: Blood tests You will be given a form by the doctor and asked to make an appointment at reception for your blood test. Some tests may involve fasting from midnight. If this is the case, or there are any other special instructions, you will be told by the doctor or the receptionist who books your appointment. X-rays You will be given a form by the doctor to hand in at reception. Our receptionists will give you instructions on how to arrange your X-ray appointment. Ultrasound scans You will be given a form to hand in at reception and the receptionist will arrange to send this off to the hospital or clinic where the ultrasound scan will be performed. You will then be notified of your appointment by letter. Physiotherapy referrals If physiotherapy is necessary, you will be given a form by the doctor. You must present this to our reception who will enter the details onto your records, and then give the form back to you to be taken to New Mills Clinic. 24-hour Blood Pressure Monitors You will be contacted and an appointment made for you to attend for the monitor to be fitted. Heart monitor 24 hour ECG heart monitors are fitted at the surgery, and you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for this. Specialist referrals If your doctor decides that you need to see a hospital specialist, you will be referred through the NHS Choose and Book system. Alternatively, if you have private medical insurance or wish to see a consultant on a private basis, you may make your own appointment and a letter can be collected from our reception, or posted or faxed to the consultant concerned.
Test Results Please allow two weeks for results of tests to arrive back at the surgery. Your doctor or nurse will tell you if the results will be back more quickly or take longer than this. If you have not been contacted within two weeks, you can be assured that the results are okay. If you want to confirm, or you still feel unwell after two weeks, please call us after 11.30am. You will be able to find out your results or make another appointment.
Main Menu
© Sett Valley Medical Centre, 2018  |  Our Privacy Policy
Website Design: GC_Wood
New Mills Surgery: Sett Valley Medical Centre Hyde Bank Road New Mills High Peak Derbyshire SK22 4BP Telephone: 01663 743483 Fax: 01663 741524
Hayfield Surgery: The Old Bank Surgery Market Street Hayfield High Peak Derbyshire SK22 2EP Telephone: 01663 744246 Fax: 01663 746054
New Mills: 01663 743483 Hayfield: 01663 744246

Tests &

Referrals

Having tests or seeing other healthcare professionals.

Tests and Investigations After seeing a member of our team, you may be asked to undergo some tests, including: Blood tests You will be given a form by the doctor and asked to make an appointment at reception for your blood test. Some tests may involve fasting from midnight. If this is the case, or there are any other special instructions, you will be told by the doctor or the receptionist who books your appointment. X-rays You will be given a form by the doctor to hand in at reception. Our receptionists will give you instructions on how to arrange your X-ray appointment. Ultrasound scans You will be given a form to hand in at reception and the receptionist will arrange to send this off to the hospital or clinic where the ultrasound scan will be performed. You will then be notified of your appointment by letter. Physiotherapy referrals If physiotherapy is necessary, you will be given a form by the doctor. You must present this to our reception who will enter the details onto your records, and then give the form back to you to be taken to New Mills Clinic. 24-hour Blood Pressure Monitors You will be contacted and an appointment made for you to attend for the monitor to be fitted. Heart monitor 24 hour ECG heart monitors are fitted at the surgery, and you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for this. Specialist referrals If your doctor decides that you need to see a hospital specialist, you will be referred through the NHS Choose and Book system. Alternatively, if you have private medical insurance or wish to see a consultant on a private basis, you may make your own appointment and a letter can be collected from our reception, or posted or faxed to the consultant concerned.
Test Results Please allow two weeks for results of tests to arrive back at the surgery. Your doctor or nurse will tell you if the results will be back more quickly or take longer than this. If you have not been contacted within two weeks, you can be assured that the results are okay. If you want to confirm, or you still feel unwell after two weeks, please call us after 11.30am. You will be able to find out your results or make another appointment.
Main Menu
© Sett Valley Medical Centre, 2018  |  Our Privacy Policy
Website Design: GC_Wood
New Mills Surgery: Sett Valley Medical Centre Hyde Bank Road New Mills High Peak Derbyshire SK22 4BP Telephone: 01663 743483 Fax: 01663 741524
Hayfield Surgery: The Old Bank Surgery Market Street Hayfield High Peak Derbyshire SK22 2EP Telephone: 01663 744246 Fax: 01663 746054

Tests &

Referrals

Having tests or seeing other

healthcare professionals.

Tests and Investigations After seeing a member of our team, you may be asked to undergo some tests, including: Blood tests You will be given a form by the doctor and asked to make an appointment at reception for your blood test. Some tests may involve fasting from midnight. If this is the case, or there are any other special instructions, you will be told by the doctor or the receptionist who books your appointment. X-rays You will be given a form by the doctor to hand in at reception. Our receptionists will give you instructions on how to arrange your X-ray appointment. Ultrasound scans You will be given a form to hand in at reception and the receptionist will arrange to send this off to the hospital or clinic where the ultrasound scan will be performed. You will then be notified of your appointment by letter. Physiotherapy referrals If physiotherapy is necessary, you will be given a form by the doctor. You must present this to our reception who will enter the details onto your records, and then give the form back to you to be taken to New Mills Clinic. 24-hour Blood Pressure Monitors You will be contacted and an appointment made for you to attend for the monitor to be fitted. Heart monitor 24 hour ECG heart monitors are fitted at the surgery, and you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for this. Specialist referrals If your doctor decides that you need to see a hospital specialist, you will be referred through the NHS Choose and Book system. Alternatively, if you have private medical insurance or wish to see a consultant on a private basis, you may make your own appointment and a letter can be collected from our reception, or posted or faxed to the consultant concerned.
Test Results Please allow two weeks for results of tests to arrive back at the surgery. Your doctor or nurse will tell you if the results will be back more quickly or take longer than this. If you have not been contacted within two weeks, you can be assured that the results are okay. If you want to confirm, or you still feel unwell after two weeks, please call us after 11.30am. You will be able to find out your results or make another appointment.
Main Menu
© Sett Valley Medical Centre, 2018
Website Design: GC_Wood
New Mills Surgery: Sett Valley Medical Centre Hyde Bank Road New Mills High Peak Derbyshire SK22 4BP Telephone: 01663 743483 Fax: 01663 741524
Hayfield Surgery: The Old Bank Surgery Market Street Hayfield High Peak Derbyshire SK22 2EP Telephone: 01663 744246 Fax: 01663 746054