Get test results
If you’ve had a recent test, you can view your results online or contact the surgery.
You can get results for things like:
- blood tests
- urine tests
Get your results using the NHS app or website
The NHS app is a quick way to access NHS services. Using the NHS app means you do not need to enter your personal details each time you contact the surgery. You can read more about the app on the NHS website.
You can use your NHS account to ask for or view your test results online.
If you’ve had a recent test, requested by Cranleigh Medical Practice, this can be viewed in your NHS app with comments, advice, and actions required added by your GP.
You will need the NHS app or your NHS account login details.
Contact the surgery using an online form
You can use an online form to ask for your test results.
If you have any questions or an unsure about what your results mean for your care or treatment you can use an online form to request advice and support from the team.
Contact the surgery by phone
Please call the surgery about test results after 2pm.
We can usually only give information about a test results directly to the patient. This is for privacy reasons.
We would prefer if you contacted us using the online form to allow us to link you to the right member of the team.
If you are unable to use the online form you can call the surgery – your request and personal details will be requested by a non-clinical member of the reception team and passed on to the GP for review.
You will not be able to speak directly to a member of the clinical team and a same-day response cannot be guaranteed.
The reception team can relay the comments about your results, the same as if you access them through the NHS app, but are not trained or qualified to expand on these comments, interpret them for you, or offer wider context.
We can usually only give information on test results directly to the patient, their guardian, or parent. This is for privacy reasons.
We may be able to speak to someone else if the patient has given their permission (consent) and this is documented in their clinical record.