Dr Jack A T Edmonds MB BS FRCGP

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COVID RNA antigen testing by PCR

Some of you may have read that there is now a list of approved doctors registered with UKAS to arrange COVID PCR tests.

This registration is necessary for doctors doing tests for "trace and track" and "test to release" for people arriving in the UK from certain countries. I am not involved with either of these schemes and am not on the list of providers because of the massive burden of red tape and paperwork involved.  However, we are ABLE TO PROVIDE TESTS for foreign travel, occupation and screening for potential acute infections.

I only ever use The London Clinic and TDL labs which are both UKAS accredited. Results are available in less than 36 hours (often same day).  For further details please contact us in the usual way.

Call: 020 7935 5050
Mobile: 07856 409 716  

enquiry@drjackedmonds.co.uk

Date posted: 25 January 2021

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