Lister House Surgery
The partners and staff at Lister House Surgery (NHS Surgery) are here to provide and deliver first class primary care services to all our patients, and whilst doing so maintain respect and confidentiality.
All rooms are equipped with the latest information technology as well as surgical and medical equipment. Suitable access is provided for disabled people, with a lift to the first floor.
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The practice is currently accepting new patients within our catchment area - select the link to find out more on how to register with us: How to register with us
Our Patient Access online services enable you to book and manage many aspects of your care such as book Appointments and request Prescriptions. Select the link to find out more: Online Access
Patient Participation Group (PPG)
The practice is looking for members to join the patient participation group (PPG), for information please Click here
WelHat Extended Access Service
Would you like to see a GP or Nurse for routine appointments in the evening or at the weekend?
Local practices are working together to provide appointments at a time which is most convenient for you.
Welhat Extended Access Service provides appointments to those who would prefer to be seen for routine GP or nurse appointments later in the evening or at the weekend. These appointments can be booked with the receptionist at your own GP surgery however you may not see your own GP or practice nurse and you would have to travel to Spring House Medical Centre for your appointment. When booking your appointment, you will need to give permission for your medical records to be accessed and updated.
Routine appointments are available:
Monday to Friday
6.30pm - 8.00pm
For more information on the WelHat Extended Access service, or to book an appointment please speak to a member of your practice reception team or
Call: 01707 283 450. More information is available at www.ephedrahealthcare.co.uk Please note these are not emergency appointments.
If you need to cancel and re-book an extended access appointment please contact your own registered practice.
When your own practice is closed you can call 01707294358 to leave a message.
#Smear tests save lives!
Cervical (smear) Screening Awareness
A cervical screening test (also known as a smear test) is a method of detecting abnormal cells on the cervix. The cervix is the entrance to the womb from the vagina.
Detecting and removing abnormal cervical cells can prevent cervical cancer. Cervical screening prevents 75% of cervical cancers from developing and women in the following categories are encouraged to have this done at their GP practice:
Aged 25 to 49 – every 3 years
Aged 50 to 64 – every 5 years
Over 65 – only women who haven't been screened since age 50 or those who have recently had abnormal tests
If you have not yet had your test contact the practice to make an appointment with the practice Nurse: 01707 283 450. Screenings are quick and easy and this video explains what you can expect to happen during a cervical screening: Watch a video
Bowel cancer is a general term for cancer that begins in the large bowel. Depending on where the cancer starts, bowel cancer is sometimes called colon or rectal cancer.
Bowel cancer is one of the most common types of cancer diagnosed in the UK. Most people diagnosed with it are over the age of 60.
All men and women aged 60 to 74 are invited to carry out a faecal occult blood (FOB) test. Every two years, they're sent a home test kit, which is used to collect a stool sample. If you're 75 or over, you can ask for this test by calling the freephone helpline on 0800 707 60 60.
Bowel Screening Helpline: 0800 707 6060
Breast Screening Helpline: 01582 497599
Cervical Screening (GP): 01707 283 450
CQC rating - 2015 - 'GOOD'
See the results from our 2015 CQC inspection here: Lister House Surgery CQC Rating
For patients who are due an annual asthma review.
Please would you answer the questions on the form below and submit it to us.
If your symptoms are deteriorating or you have any concerns, please make an appointment to the respiratory nurse or a doctor as well.
Open the Asthma Annual Review Form
My Care Record
The people caring for you need access to your health and care record in order to make the best decisions about your diagnosis and treatment. For this to happen more quickly and to improve the care you receive, a new process has been put in place. With your permission, My Care Record will provide health and care professionals directly involved in your care, access to the most up-to-date information about you. To find out more please go to :-
Our small car park is for the doctors and staff use only. Patients are requested to use the public car park opposite.
(Site updated 22/08/2019)