Consent to Share Information with a Relative

Prior to releasing any information regarding results, medication or ongoing care to a parent, partner, relative or other patient representative, we require your signed consent to allow us to do so.  Please complete the form below and hand it in to Reception.

Please be aware that consent is required for patients aged 12 and above. 

Consent to Share Information with a Relative

Tests Performed in the Practice

The results of tests taken in the practice are available by calling 019755 62253 between 2pm and 5pm, Monday to Friday only.  Alternatively, you can submit an Admin request via eConsult, at any time, and the result will be sent to you electronically.  Due to the high volume of test results received daily, we will be unable to contact you and ask that you contact us 2-3 days after your test.

Test results can only be given to the person the test relates to unless they have given written permission for someone else to ask for this.  Please complete and sign the Consent to Share Information with a Relative form (link above) and hand it in to the practice.  This form must be completed for children aged 12 and above.

Tests Performed in the Hospital or Community Hub (excluding Huntly Jubilee)

The results of all tests performed in the hospital (MRI, CT scans, x-rays, ultrasounds, biopsies, blood tests etc) requested by a hospital doctor will be sent back to them, not the practice.  Please contact the secretary of the clinic you attended and they will be able to pass on the result.  The only exception to this is x-rays performed at Huntly Jubilee as these are generally ordered by the doctors in the practice and the result will therefore be sent back here.

Community Hubs - Patient Information

If you require a blood test and/or blood pressure to be recorded prior to a hospital review appointment (face to face or via video consultation), you must attend one of the community hubs listed below rather than your GP as tests required prior to hospital review are no longer performed by primary care. 


Please discuss the tests required with your hospital consultant prior to contacting the Central Booking Team as the test request must be added to the hospital system before a community hub appointment can be allocated.


In order to book your appointment please ring the Central Booking Team on:

Tel: 01224 555177


Please note that you must ring to book your appointment; you will not be contacted.


At present appointments are offered at the following locations:


  • Aberdeen Community Health & Care Village, Aberdeen
  • Aboyne Hospital
  • Burnside House, Foresterhill Health Campus, Aberdeen
  • Fleming Hospital
  • Forres Health and Care Centre
  • Inverurie Hospital
  • Kincardine Hospital, Stonehaven
  • Seafield Hospital
  • The Oaks, Elgin (building opposite, Eight Acres Hotel)


Depending on the type of tests you require, not all locations may be suitable. The Central Booking Team will discuss available options when you contact them to book an appointment.


Information regarding the procedure to follow, with regard to safely attending this appointment, complying with social distancing and the use of face masks, will be given at the time of booking, along with information as to how to get to the location and where to park if coming by car.


If you need to cancel or change your appointment, please telephone the central booking team on the number above.

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