Bristol Pituitary support group holds meetings for patients, family, friends and carers on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, except August and September.
Our meeting venue has recently changed and meetings are now held in the Seminar Room 5 in the Learning and Research Building at Southmead Hospital in Bristol. Tea/ coffee available. There is a pay and display car park.
New faces are very welcome at our friendly relaxed meetings. We also have medical speakers at some of our meetings and also hold social meet ups.
Contacts: Jenny West 01453 843497 or 07919 620498
or Jenny Fumpson 01275 847286
Free leaflets and information booklets available.
There is no group membership but you can become a member of the National Foundation to receive regular magazines. Tea/coffee available for 30p at meetings.
For further information you can visit www.pituitary.org.uk.
Endocrine Nurse HelpLine: 0845 450 0377 (available Monday from 17:30 to 21:30 and Thursday from 9:00 to 13:00)
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No charge - but membership of Foundation is available.
There are concessions for tickets to National events, eg, Conferences. Contact organisation for details or visit website - www.pituitary.org.uk
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The Pituitary Foundation Information and Support HelpLine provides a confidential and non-judgemental service to pituitary patients, their carer, families and friends. This service delivers appropriate and clear information in a prompt and empathetic manner to enable callers to make informed choices.
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Press bell for entry as meetings are held out of hospital hours. Double doors at entrance. Phone available in case of emergency.