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East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust Library Services

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East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust

We support education & training, continual professional development, evidence based practice, clinical effectiveness and clinical governance.

We provide library services at Lister, Queen Elizabeth II and Mount Vernon hospitals, which are available to:
  • East and North Herts NHS Trust staff
  • Hertfordshire Partnership Trust staff and other local Trust staff
  • General practitioners
  • Community NHS and social care staff
  • Hospice staff
  • Students on clinical placements

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More details about our services can be found in the library services information leaflet.
Please contact us if you need help with literature searching, requesting items or using any of the resources.
We also provide training in the use of the electronic resources that are available to NHS staff.
Opening Times and Contact Details
Lister library
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
By telephone: 01438 285520 or 01438 285336
By fax: 01438 781 247
By e-mail:
QEII library
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
By telephone:01707 224565 or 01707 224855
By fax: 01707 390 425
By e-mail:
Mount Vernon library
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
By telephone: 01923 844237 or 01923 844737
By fax: 01923 827 216
By e-mail:

Documents available for download

 TitleOwnerCategoryModified DateSize 
Literature Search FormJoan Lomas 08/03/201276.00 KBDownload
Journal Article and Book Requests FormJoan Lomas 08/03/201285.50 KBDownload
Library, Information and Learning resources brochure   23/08/201173.00 KBDownload
Lister Library Moving Date and MapJoan Lomas 27/04/2012883.61 KBDownload
"Books are the ever burning lamps of accumulated wisdom." - George William Curtis
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