You can now use the below links to book your blood test online for the following locations:
Heath road, Ipswich, IP4 5PD
Doors are open – Monday to Friday: 07:45 – 5:45pm
Turner Rd, Mile End, Colchester, CO4 5JL
Doors are open – Monday to Friday: 8:15am – 5:45pm
Colchester Primary Care Centre (PCC)
Turner road, Colchester, CO4 5JR
Doors are open – Monday to Wednesday : 7:20am – 3pm Thursday – Friday: 8am to 3pm
Landseer Road Phlebotomy Clinic
476-478, Landseer Road Ipswich Suffolk IP3 9LU
The Landseer Road Clinic is well served by bus services and there is a stop directly outside the building. You can plan your journey by clicking here
Doors open – Monday to Friday: 7.45am – 5:45pm
There is currently no service at weekends or public holidays.
Clacton Hospital Phlebotomy Clinic
Tower Road, Clacton on Sea CO15 1LH
Doors open – Monday to Friday 8am – 7.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 8:00am – 2pm
To book appointments at both West Suffolk Hospital and Sudbury please use the link below;
If you are unable to book online please call 0300 303 5299.
Call centre bookings are available from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday.
Children’s Blood Tests
Please see the information below regarding Children’s Blood Testing for each of our locations:
Landseer Road Children’s Clinic:
11-16 Year Olds – You can book appointments online for Children’s clinic through the link provided
Address: 476-478, Landseer Road Ipswich Suffolk IP3 9LU
Please note Landseer Road can only cater for Children between the ages of 11 and 16.
11+ You can book appointments online through this link. Ipswich Hospital Blood Tests
Under 11’s- Any child under the age of 11 will need to attend the Ipswich Hospital Paediatric department.
Ipswich Hospital Paediatric Department:
- 01473 703 280
- OOH (Out of Hours): 01473702589
Please note Ipswich Hospital can only cater for Children between the ages of 5 and 16.
Children under the age of 5 are recommended to attend the Paediatrics Department.
Colchester Hospital Children’s Clinic:
under 12 – 01206746177
Blood tests have a wide range of uses and are one of the most common types of medical test. Taking the blood sample is also called phlebotomy – you might find this term used in some of our services.
A blood test can be used to:
- assess your general state of health
- check if you have an infection
- see how well certain organs, such as the liver and kidneys, are working
- screen for certain genetic conditions
For more information about blood tests, please visit the NHS Choices website.