Skip to content
left end
left end
right end
Doors Open Day 2014
We’re taking part in Doors Open Day 2014. From 10am until 2pm on Saturday 13 September take a self-guided tour behind the scenes at our recently refurbished and extended hospital.
arrow Find out more
Feeling unwell?
Should you become unwell at home during your treatment, or you experience any of the following symptoms or side effects please contact the hospital immediately.
arrow Find out more...
*

Your first visit

We understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family, and we are here to support you. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions or are uncertain about anything. Please download our guide to your first visit to BHOC here. When you arrive please report to the reception desk on the ground floor, where our reception team will be happy to direct you to the right place.

A directory of our services, floor by floor, is available here.

Coming to visit friends or relatives on the ward

How to find us.

There are two wards in the centre, Ward 61 and Ward 62.

Ward 61 cares for patients receiving radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment, as well as those who develop treatment side effects. Ward telephone number: 0117 342 2428

Ward 62 cares for patients with haematological conditions, including non-malignant conditions like haemophilia and sickle-cell disorders. Ward telephone number: 0117 342 1862

Both wards have open visiting hours to allow visitors the flexibility to visit patients when convenient. Please help us to prevent the spread of infections in our hospitals. We may need to restrict the number of visitors at any one time, and if you or anyone you have been in close contact with has been unwell in the last 48 hours with symptoms of diarrhoea, vomiting or flu please do not visit. Find out more... 

 

It's in the bag
Information, support and awareness of testicular cancer in Bristol and the South West
arrow Find out more
Teenage & Young Adult cancer service
Our dedicated service for people aged 16-24 who have been diagnosed with cancer
arrow Find out more