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Please read before contacting us:

Please note, we are unable to provide medical advice via email. 

APPOINTMENTS: If you are contacting us to enquire about an appointment/to change an appointment please either call the phone number located on your patient letter or the swithboard (0117 923 0000) and ask to be redirected to the relevant clinic/department. 

ELECTIVE ATTACHMENTS: Unfortunately we do not offer individual placements, but there are other hospitals in our region that do. Please refer to this webpage: www.bristol.ac.uk/medical-school/prospective/electives/ in order to obtain further information.

WORK EXPERIENCE: For further information  please contact Teresa Andrews - work experience co-ordinator - 0117 342 5000 (option 1) or email wex@uhbristol.nhs.uk.

Details of how to contact wards, clinics or departments in our hospitals can be found through the links below. Our main switchboard number is 0117 923 0000.

General enquiries

You can contact us via letter, telephone, fax and minicom.

Please write to us at:

Trust Headquarters
Marlborough Street
Bristol
BS1 3NU

Our telephone number: 0117 923 0000
Our fax number: 0117 925 6588
Minicom: 0117 934 9869

You can also send general enquiries to us through our feedback form or alternatively email us on ServiceWWW@UHBristol.nhs.uk

Comments about your experience at our hospitals

We welcome all of your comments to help improve the service we provide to the public and our NHS colleagues. If you want to contact us with a specific complaint or compliment about your experience of our hospitals, please contact our Patient Support and Complaints Team

You can also post general comments about your experience on the NHS Choices website 

If you experience any technical problems with this website or notice any information which is incorrect, please send us an email

Research at UH Bristol

As well as providing clinical care, our Trust has an important role in research. This allows us to discover new and improved ways of treating patients. While under our care, you or your child may be invited to take part in research. To find out more and for contact details of the Research and Innovation department, please visit our website