The CDC offers blood tests, x-ray, ultrasound and an ophthalmology (eye) clinic.
Wood Green Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC)
- Ground Floor (Units 51 - 53)
159 High Road
- N22 6YQ
- 020 7288 5626
More information about the Wood Green CDC
Who runs the CDC?
Whittington Health NHS Trust run the Wood Green CDC, with our staff behind the front desks and providing the clinical services. The ophthalmology (eye) clinic is run by colleagues from the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust.
Who can have an appointment at the CDC?
GPs will refer people who need an appointment at the CDC. The CDC is only for adults at the moment.
How can I get an appointment ?
For blood tests, ultrasound and x-rays your GP will be able to book you an appointment. Your hospital doctor can refer you for the ophthalmology (eye) clinic.
Can I walk-in?
We only see people who have been referred by their GP for a test, please speak to your GP if you think you need one.
How will I get my results?
Your results will be sent back to your GP or hospital doctor who referred you.
Why is it in a shopping centre?
We want to make it easier for people to attend their healthcare appointments. Previously Haringey residents had to travel further for diagnostic tests than other residents in Barnet, Camden, Enfield and Islington . Wood green is in the middle of the borough and the is easy to get to for most people.