Blood taking (Phlebotomy)

Phlebotomy is the procedure of taking blood from the body. Phlebotomists collect blood samples from patients. The samples are tested in a laboratory and the results can be used to diagnose diseases and conditions.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust works with other local NHS organisations to arrange regular blood taking testing clinics at sites across the county. This means that patients who need regular blood testing are able to have blood taken tests done at a location that is easy for them to access.

Phlebotomy sessions in Lincolnshire

Lincoln County Hospital

Hospital referred patients 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
Patients referred by their GP:
8am to 9am and 4pm to 5pm, Monday to Thursday
8am to 9am and 1pm to 5pm, Friday

Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Hospital referred patients, no appointment required:
8:45am – 4:45pm, Monday – Friday (excluding Bank Holidays)

GP patients by telephone appointment: (01205 446309)
Monday – 9am-4pm
Tuesday – 1pm-4pm
Wednesday – 1pm-4pm
Thursday – 9am-4pm
Friday – 9am-4pm

Grantham and District Hospital

8.30am to 4.45pm, Monday to Friday

County Hospital Louth

8.30am to 4.15pm, Monday to Friday

Skegness and District General Hospital

Walk in – no appointment required
8.30am to 12pm, Monday to Friday
1.30pm – 4pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Clinics held in medical rehabilitation unit. Patients should ring (01754) 613508 for an appointment

Johnson Community Hospital, Spalding

8am to 12pm, Tuesday to Friday. GP patients by telephone appointment: (01775) 652083