Urgent Care Centre at The Lister Hospital

The Lister Hospital , Chelsea Bridge Road , London, SW1W 8RH
020 3910 2412

We are open for walk-in consultations

Our Urgent Care Centre at The Lister Hospital accepts walk in patients aged 18 and over. We offer face-to-face consultations 365 days in a year, 8.00am – 8.00pm.  Our Urgent Care Centre is able to offer prompt treatment and diagnostics, from unexplained stomach pain or urinary complaints, to chest infections, or even trauma injuries such as broken bones and sports injuries. We have a GP and registered nurse on site available to see you.
 
If your condition requires ongoing treatment, The Lister Hospital offers world class expertise across various specialties. We are able to quickly begin treatment under the care of London’s leading consultant specialists, and if needed, conduct further diagnostic imaging (USS, CT, MRI), blood tests, and inpatient treatment.
At our Urgent Care Centre we are able to treat a wide range of minor illnesses and injuries. Our expert team can provide quick onwards referral to specialist private consultants and on-site diagnostic imaging (X-Ray). Other imaging diagnostics (Ultrasound, CT, MRI) could also be arranged following specialist private consultant referral. Blood tests and laboratory services are also available.  We offer a range of Point of Care diagnostic tests on site providing rapid access to results and treatment.

Please note: If admission to the hospital is required, a PCR COVID 19 test will also be carried out. We are not able to admit patients to the hospital without a negative PCR test.

Important information

For any life threatening conditions patients should always call 999 or go the nearest NHS emergency department.

Can patients get emergency repeat prescriptions?

Yes, we can provide a repeat prescription, you will need to bring your latest current prescription with you. We will update your GP so they know what was prescribed and when. This is a useful service for anyone who is visiting London from abroad and has run out of medication or accidentally forgot it.

Please be aware we reserve the right to decline a prescription if we feel it inappropriate. We do not prescribe any controlled drug.

COVID-19 Safety Measures

On arrival all patients will be provided with a mask, have their temperature checked and carry out our routine COVID screening questions. In addition, all patients will be provided with a lateral flow test and a rapid PCR test if admission is required. Please be advised we are not able to admit patients to the hospital without a negative PCR test.

Walk-in service. Now open.

Please note that to maintain a COVID safe environment we may need to suspend the walk in service during busy periods of the day. Patients are advised to phone UCC in advance to confirm the current level of service.


If you have a current COVID-19 positive test result please ring NHS online 111 for advice as we do not accept confirmed positive COVID-19 patients into UCC or for inpatient admissions


Receptionist giving patient directions

How much will my Urgent Care visit cost : Urgent care prices

An initial consultation with an urgent care doctor is £100 for adults. Our price list is a guide to the costs of treatments carried out within the Urgent Care Centre, which are paid for on a self-funded basis. It is possible you may need one or several items from this list.


If you need further care via a consultant referral, the cost of ongoing care will be explained to you. At this stage, if you have private medical insurance, you will be able to seek authorisation for treatment.


It is also possible to self-pay for treatment in any of our hospitals, and pricing can be explained to you by our business offices.

Travelling to us

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    The nearest Underground stations are Sloane Square (10 mins walk) and Victoria
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    Buses numbered 44, 137, 360 and 452 stop outside the hospital
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    The nearest mainline station is Victoria. It is about 15 mins walk from the hospital and has good connections to the underground system
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    Please be aware that we do not provide parking for patients or visitors. Local parking facilities are limited and we advise visitors to use the public car park in Battersea Park (SW11 4NJ) as shown on the map. Limited meter parking is available in Royal Hospital Road (SW3 4SR)

How to access our Urgent Care Centres

We are open for walk in patients at our adult Urgent Care Centres, however our paediatric Urgent Care Centre at The Portland Hospital requires booking an appointment. 

020 3910 2412

For any life threatening conditions patients should always call 999 or go the nearest NHS emergency department

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