I would ring the GP today and get an appointment. They can do a blood test form for a PSA test which as you say is overdue now. Great news about the August one but looks like the system for kerping him checked is awry. I would be very insistent that the GP gets the PSA test sorted.
In order to see the consultant you can ask the GP to re - refer and then see what the ‘choices’ system options are.
Alternatively you could ring the consultants sectretary and tell her/ him you are overdue.
I would probably ask the GP to re refer and also ring his secretary until I had an appointment
Hopefully the appointment will then tie in with the PSA result coming to the GP ( Be aware members on here have had to be pushy to get the correct number from the GP. I insist on hard copies of all test results so I have them in my file. ) I would make another appointment with the GP therefore in order to discuss/ get a copy of the results and also keep the GP abreast of what is happening re the hospital clinic.
Even with your great August PSA result the importance of looking out for the mental health of cancer patients and families seems to have got forgotten. Feeling you are abandoned by the system is not a good mental place to be and once they have recommended the treatment and follow up protocol they really are failing you if they don’t stick to it.
I am sure the next PSA test and follow up will continue to be positive but it looks like you are going to need to take charge of the process.
Good luck and let us know