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Contacting us

Due to coronavirus (COVID-19) there are currently some visitor restrictions in place.

Please view the current guidence here: /coronavirus-(covid-19)/ 

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To contact any of the wards within the Bristol Heart Institute, please use the following numbers:

Ward C705 Cardiology / Cardiac Surgery: 0117 342 6551 or 0117 3426651
Ward C708 Cardiac Surgery:  0117 342 6552 or 0117 3426652
Ward C805 Cardiology:  0117 342 6553 or 0117 3426653
Ward C808 Respiratory:  0117 342 6554
CICU Cardiac Intensive Care C604: 0117 342 5941
HDU High Dependency Unit: 0117 342 0330
CCU Coronary Care Unit C603: 0117 342 6528
Trust switchboard: 0117 923 0000

Cardiac matrons can be contacted on the numbers below:
Jon Greenwood, Mel Broad and Julie Crawford: 0117 342 6619

You can also write to us at: 

The Bristol Heart Institute
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Bristol Royal Infirmary
Bristol   
BS2 8HW

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There is no parking available at the Bristol Heart Institute. There is limited on-street parking nearby and a multi-storey car park about 10 minutes walk away in Park Row (Trenchard Street).  Access is via Horfield Road, off St Michael's Hill. Take the turning into the Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre car park, then bear left and walk down the slope.  The Bristol Heart Institute will be straight in front of you; follow the road around to the right and the entrance will be immediately on your left.

Find out more information about travelling to the Bristol Heart Institute.

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

Patient Support and Complaints Team

What can I do if I have a complaint about my treatment, or treatment of a relative?

In the first instance please raise this with a member of staff in the hospital who is providing care to the patient. They should be able to resolve this directly with you or find someone to help you. If you feel you need to raise the issue further, please contact us the Patient Support and Complaints Team here.