Local and acute hospital provision for patients under 16, including Emergency Department.
Centre for acute paediatric clinical services including 24 hour Emergency Dept. Patients accepted by referral from GP or other health service professionals, emergency admission, or through the hospital retrieval service.
The hospital provides services for patients within the greater Bristol area and for those requiring specialist services from within the south-west and beyond.
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Areas Served (Further Details)
Is there a cost for these services?
How can people access this service?
Business Open 24/7?
|Monday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
|Tuesday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
|Wednesday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
|Thursday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
|Friday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
Primary Organisation Details
Primary Address Details
Venue Address Details
Job title / Position
Venue Contact Methods
children, young people, health, paediatrics, doctors, emergency, A&E, care, disability, support, parents
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Limitations and Associations
Limitations / Restrictions
Patients must be under 16 at commencement of treatment.
Associations / Qualifications / Awards
CQC rated Outstanding as part of University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Services that increase accessibility
Support services available to assist equalities groups:
- interpreting/translating on request including BSL
- hospital passport scheme available to help support patients with complex needs (please see our website for further details)
- play distraction and support for young children and those with complex needs
- dedicated support service (LIAISE) for all patients and families with questions or queries regarding the service
- Family support workers available to provide more in depth support to long stay patients and families who do not have access to a social worker
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Are there bus stops nearby?
Is there a rail station nearby?
Is there a car park nearby?
Is there parking for disabled drivers on site or outside the building?
If so, how many spaces?
Disabled parking telephone
Do the premises feature non-revolving automatic external doors?
Are external doors 900mm or more wide with flat thresholds?
Are external doors non sprung?
On internal doors are the handles a contrasting colour and tone to the door?
Are there internal steps?
If so, how many?
Do these steps have a handrail?
Are the edges of the steps a contrasting colour to the steps?
Is there more than one floor at the premises?
Please supply any further information relevant to your floors
Floors are colour coded to aid recognition
Is there a lift?
Are there visual alarm systems at the premises?
Do visitors have access to a telephone?
If so, does it have wheelchair access?
Can people with an assistance dog access the service accompanied by their dog?
Is there provision for assistance dogs? (Water bowl and toilet area)
Assistance dogs are permitted on the wards when working but not as visitors. However, those who need to bring their dog during a visit may leave it ouside the main reception, and reception staff should be advised. Water and food bowls are available on request.