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General/visiting Information for Bristol and Weston

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Outpatient hospital appointments (not including maternity)

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Share your experiences of our services during COVID-19

Share a message with your loved one in hospital

  

Please use the sections above to find out the latest information about visiting, outpatient appointments, maternity services, how to share your experiences of our services during COVID-19, and how share a message with your loved one in hospital. 

Guidance on face masks

Before your visit

Please do not visit a patient in hospital if you feel unwell. This includes symptoms of COVID-19, sickness, diarrhoea, fever, sore throat or flu.

During your visit

Masks must still be worn in inpatient ward areas, patient admission areas, and areas with patients who are immunosuppressed. This includes:

  • inpatient wards including intensive care units
  • day-case areas
  • emergency departments
  • Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre
  • clinical areas within Bristol Eye Hospital.

Masks are no longer required to be worn in any other areas of our Trust buildings. If you wish to continue wearing a face mask in all areas, please do so.

We're in the process of updating our signage and posters, so please bear with us and do ask a member of staff if you are unsure.

Masks and hand gel stations will stay at the main entrances to all our hospitals/sites. Masks and personal protective equipment (PPE) will be available at ward/department entrances where required.

Social distancing as we know it as a COVID-19 requirement, is no longer required in both clinical and non-clinical areas.

Please be aware that some people may still want to wear a mask in areas where one is not required, or keep some distance, and that is their personal choice. Please respect their choice.

Please do not attend if you have any COVID-19 symptoms/have tested positive or you've been advised to self-isolate.