North St, Bristol BS16 5SG, UK – 0117 970 8950
After being away at Uni and returning to find that the practice opens on weekends was a lovely surprise! A wonderful warm and friendly practice compared to some others I have experienced while being away. Sure they have some 'difficult' customers but it just means they are inclusive and won't turn anyone away whatever the background. Can't believe the negative comments - I guess some people are ungrateful.
Very pleasant practice. Having recently registered from another practice nearby I found the receptionists very welcoming, polite and helpful. Nurses and doctors are attentive and they explain things very well. I am glad we are within the catchment area for this practice.
Brooklea Health Centre, Wick Rd, Brislington, Bristol BS4 4HU, UK – 0117 330 4300
Fast appointment time and treatment for 3 different issues were administered in the same Saturday morning appointment. Dr Rees was professional, efficient and resourceful. I left feeling reassured with my diagnoses and treatments. Small amount of car parking space but there is some on road parking as well. Very useful to have evening and weekend availability.
After a near-fatal accident the practice was fantastic in every possible way
Fishponds Health Centre, Beechwood Rd, Bristol BS16 3TD, UK – 0117 908 2360
This has been my GP practice for over 25 years when Dr Wallace was still practicing. I mostly see Dr Gwilliam or Dr Cheang and they are both fantastic, caring and extremely professional Doctors. 2 of the very best. I cannot recommend them and Beechwood Medical Practice enough!
Nurses incredibly kind and caring to me during a fainting/fitting episode. Really lovely. Couldn't recommend or praise more highly.
Lodge Rd, Bristol BS15 1LF, UK – 0117 340 8400
Great place. No waiting time just straight in for my X Ray. Parking isn't free so you might want to park outside.
Very helpful and friendly staff. Clean building. Short waiting times. Always had a very good experience here. NHS at its finest.
Manor Rd, Bristol BS16 2EW, UK – 0117 378 4441
I worked here for nearly 20 years as a member of a mental health community team based in various locations around the site. Fond memories of this beautiful, atmospheric place which is part of the fabric of our social history. It actually started life as a prisoner of war camp for French prisoners from the American war of independence and the Napoleonic wars. Note the carved stone plaque written in French. The Glenside part of the hospital is now the health and social care campus for UWE. I came in early on my very last day and walked around the site taking these pictures. Enjoy.
Trained there in the late 1950's -1961. I lived in the nurses home which was the prison cells for French prisoners, donkeys years ago. I have many happy memories doing my training.
Bristol BS16 1ED, UK – 0117 378 4012
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