Clinical Biochemistry

The department provides a comprehensive diagnostic support and clinical service to both the hospital and primary care.  The Blood Sciences Department is UKAS accredited for medical laboratories and also holds IBMS accreditation for the training Biomedical and Specialist Biomedical Scientists.

The quality within the department is continually monitored through internal quality control procedures, participation in national quality assessments schemes and audit.

The department carries an extensive list of assays, both performed in house and referred to other laboratories.  Please click here to access this information.

 

Contact Information for Key Staff

Paul Walker - Consultant Clinical Scientist and Clinical Lead - Extension 57064 - 01924 317064 - paul.walker@midyorks.nhs.uk

Chetan Mevada - Chief BMS Clinical Biochemistry - Extension 57085 - 01924 317085 - chetan.mevada@nhs.net

Dr. Julie Coore - Consultant Chemical Pathologist - Extension 83383 - 01924 512383 - julie.coore@midyorks.nhs.uk

Dr. Marieke Jordaan - Consultant Chemical Pathologist - Extension 57060 - 01924 317060 - marieke.jordaan@midyorks.nhs.uk

Clinical Advice

Clinical advice is provided where required by the duty Biochemist 9-5pm Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays.  Service users are encouraged to contact the duty Biochemist using extension 53036 or 01924 317036.

Telephone Limits

The Biomedical Scientists will phone out the following results:

 

"New Cases" means phoning the result if the patient:

  • Has moved location since the last time an abnormal result was phoned.

  • Has not had the abnormal result phoned for the last 7days.

  • Or if there has been marked deterioration since the previous result.

"Always" means phoning the result irrespective of any previous abnormal results.

 

The BMS will also phone any other results in conjunction with stated clinical details where they believe immediate clinical action may be required.

Page Last Updated 26/02/20