A team of doctors and nurses who provide medical assessment and treatment to people who are homeless. This includes those living in temporary accommodation such as bed and breakfast hotels and hostels. Any health problem catered for.
Also provide the following:
General health advice,
counselling, dietary advice, minor injury care, advice on safer sex/drug use, drugs/alcohol advice, contraceptive advice, HIV testing/counselling, infestation treatment.
Drop in clinics and services at New St Day Centre, Bristol Drugs Project, Compass Centre, One25 and on the Safer Bristol Harm Reduction mobile service around Bristol. Please call for more information.
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|Monday||Nurse Clinic only- Compass Centre morning and at One 25 and BDP afternoon|
|Tuesday||Dr and Nurse closed 12.30 - 14.00 New St Day Centre|
|Wednesday||New St Day Centre -GP session am and Wet Provision alcohol advice pm.|
|Thursday||Compass Centre Dr & Nurse closed 13.00 - 14.00|
|Friday||New St DC Dr and Nurse|
|Saturday||Alternate Saturdays at BDP|
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Dogs are allowed inside the Compass Centre but are under owners responsibility at all times. Dogs may not enter the clinical consulting rooms - it may be necessary to ask someone to mind the dog during consultations, some Compass Centre staff may be able to do this.