Phlebotomy (Blood Test) - Adults

Contact Names/Numbers/Email Addresses

Contact Names/Numbers/email addressesPhlebotomy Manager – Meg Lawlor
Deputy Phlebotomy Manager – Thelma McHugh
Phone: 01 414 3040

Description of Department/Service

Blood Tests (Adults)

The Adult Phlebotomy (Blood Tests) Department offers two types of services (see below for Paediatric information):

  • GP Referral Service 8.30am to 2.30pm, Monday to Friday.
  • Out-Patient Clinic Referral Service 8am to 4.45pm, Monday to Friday.

Please read the information below depending on the service you require.

GP Referral Service Blood Test 


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Directions to Adult GP Blood Tests Area: On arrival at the main hospital entrance please use the Self Service Kiosk located opposite the shop and reception desk. Registering at the kiosk will notify the GP Blood Clinic of your arrival and will provide you with directions to your waiting area.

Please make an appointment if you wish to use the GP Phlebotomy service in Tallaght Hospital. This appointment service has also been rolled out in Peamount Hospital.

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  • You must have a Tallaght Hospital request form signed by your GP to avail of this service. 
  • Confirm with your GP if you are required to fast for your blood test.
  • You may have sips of water during your fast.
  • Check with your GP if you should take your medication before your blood test.

Out-Patient Clinic Referral Service


Directions to Adult Out Patient Blood Tests Area: Enter via the main entrance and take the second left. Out-patient phlebotomy is just down the corridor at the seating area.

Please take a blue ticket, then take a seat and wait for your number to be called.
At present this is a walk in service. As afternoons are quieter than mornings, they may be suitable for patients who are not required to fast for their blood tests.
Please make sure to bring all forms with you.

Patient Information

The Phlebotomy Department also provide a service for warfarin patients. Patients can access the outpatient service through checking in at the kiosks in the front entrance of the hospital.

It is important, in advance of having your bloods taken, that you check with your referring clinician if you are required to fast.