Bedford Warfarin Service

Woburn Court
2 Railton Road,
Kempston,
Bedfordshire
Bedford  MK42 7PN
The service runs from Monday to Friday 8.30am-4pm and offers both clinic and domiciliary appointments.

The Bedford Warfarin Service manages stable or largely uncomplicated patients over the age of 18 who have been prescribed warfarin for a medical condition, where their blood clotting time needs to be increased to prevent clots from forming.

In a 10-minute appointment, patients will have their blood tested, receive the result and be advised about the appropriate dose of warfarin.

There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and discuss any concerns you may have with a qualified Health Professional. 

The blood test is done using a finger prick blood sample and a Near Patient Testing Device, which has been used in hospitals and general practice for many years.

The result is usually ready in less than a minute and patients will be informed about the appropriate dose straight away. At the end of the consultation, the patient will be booked in for a follow up appointment.

The service is part of Bedfordshire Community Health Services.

Clinic Locations and Times
Our Clinics are run at the venues listed on the following days:

Holy Cross Church
355 Goldington Road 
Bedford
Bedfordshire
MK41 0DP
Monday   08:50am – 12:30pm
Thursday 08:50am – 13:00pm

Priory Medical Practice
48 The Glebe
Clapham
Bedfordshire
Monday 8.50am – 12.00pm

London Road Surgery
The Health Centre
84-86 London Road
Bedford
MK42 0NT
Tuesday 8.50am – 12.00pm

Kempston Town Council Office
104 Bedford Road
Kempston
Bedfordshire
Mk42 8BG
Wednesday 08:50am – 2:00pm

Halsey Road Clinic
Halsey Road
Kempston
Bedford 
MK42 
Thursday 8.50am – 12.10pm

St Johns Surgery 

16 St Johns Street 
Kempston
Bedford
MK42 8EP
Friday  08:50am – 02:00pm

Wootton Vale Healthy Living Centre
Fields Road
Wootton
Bedford
Mk43 9JJ
Wednesday 08:50am – 12:00pm

Email: Bedford.warfarinclinic@nhs.net




Access into the service is by GP referral and the patient must be registered with a Bedfordshire GP.

The referral is assessed by a clinical member of staff to determine the best management and outcome for our patients.

The patient will then be contacted by telephone to make an appointment with one of our team, or alternatively they may be referred to another specialist most appropriate to assist with their care.





Clinical


Clinical speciality:

Community Health Services