Can you get an xray at West Berkshire Hospital?

Can you get an xray at West Berkshire Hospital?

No appointment is needed for standard x- rays, Monday to Friday 8.30am to 3.30pm. Please bring your referral card or form with you. For scans and some special x-rays an appointment is necessary. Please bring your appointment letter with you when you come for your x-ray.

Where is the x-ray department at Royal Berkshire Hospital?

Exit the car park on level 2, which is the Main Entrance. Please allow plenty of time to park and walk to the department. When you arrive in Main X-Ray (Radiology), book in at the reception desk on level 1 or 2 – please check your child’s appointment letter to see which level you need.

Does Brants Bridge do X-rays?

Did you know there is an x-ray department at the Royal Berkshire Bracknell Healthspace. We offer appointments and free parking. Appointments are available 7 days a week. The timings of the available slots will vary each week so please phone for an appointment on 01344 662928 or 01344 662900 (switchboard).

Does Newbury have a hospital?

West Berkshire Community Hospital is easily located approximately two miles east of Newbury at Turnpike, on the A4 between Newbury and Thatcham.

How do you get X rays?

X-rays are now available in a variety of locations such as hospitals, urgent care centres, medical imaging clinics, and some doctor’s offices. Today, X-rays help health care practitioners make a diagnosis and inform care decisions. They are routinely requested to investigate concerns like pain or swelling.

How long does it take to get xray results NHS?

As soon as the x-ray images have been taken they are available for reporting by a radiologist, sonographer or reporting radiographer. This usually takes place 48-72 hours after the x-ray or scan has been completed. The results are then posted out to the referring GP or doctor.

What time does Brants Bridge open?

8am to 8pm
Reception opening times

Day Opening hours
Thursday 8am to 8pm
Friday 8am to 8pm
Saturday 8am to 8pm
Sunday 8am to 8pm

How do I book a blood test NHS?

The blood taking service is open for blood tests. You can also call us to book your appointment on: 020 7443 9757. The phone line is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. Please bring your confirmation text/email – you will not be able to enter the hospital without this.

Do blood tests hurt more than shots?

How Is Blood Drawn? What to Expect. It’s likely that at some point in your life, you’ll have blood drawn for either a medical test or for donating blood. The process for either procedure is similar and usually much less painful than most people think.

Which blood tests do you fast for?

Blood tests that you will likely need to fast for include:

  • blood glucose test.
  • liver function test.
  • cholesterol test.
  • triglyceride level test.
  • high-density lipoprotein (HDL) level test.
  • low-density lipoprotein (LDL) level test.
  • basic metabolic panel.
  • renal function panel.

Why do I feel sick after blood test?

The most likely reason you felt sick to your stomach when you had your blood drawn is that your body was having a vasovagal reaction. This is a physical response from your nervous system. It can be triggered by seeing the needle, seeing your own blood, or just feeling anxious about the whole thing.