North Bristol NHS Trust is the largest hospital trust in the South West of England, providing hospital and community healthcare to the residents of Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset. The Trust is also a specialist regional centre for a number of services including neurosurgery, renal (kidney) medicine, plastics, burns, orthopaedics and major trauma.
The Trust provides award-winning services and receives a significant number of referrals from other hospital trusts. The Trust treats 300,000 patients a year, including more than 6,000 births.
The Trust aims to provide ‘Exceptional healthcare, personally delivered’ through services of exemplary quality, ensuring no unnecessary waits or delays, providing care in high quality facilities and having well trained and caring staff where each patient is treated with respect and dignity and, most important of all, as a person.
A large teaching hospital Trust with internationally renowned medical teams focused on delivering excellent results for patients through the hard work and dedication of doctors, nurses, healthcare professionals and support staff.
The new state-of-the-art Brunel building at Southmead Hospital Bristol opened in May 2014, bringing together hospital teams from Frenchay and Southmead onto one site with the very best of healthcare.
Also located on the Southmead Hospital Bristol site are maternity and neonatal intensive care units, women’s health, pathology, the new Bristol Breast Care Centre and Trust-wide research teams.
In addition, the Trust also offers services closer to home at the redeveloped Cossham Hospital in Kingswood and at the Westgate Centre in Yate. These include outpatient and therapy appointments as well as the new midwifery-led birthing centre and dialysis satellite unit at Cossham Hospital.
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