Effective Monday, Sept. 20, visiting hours for hospital inpatient units F, G and the ICU are limited to 12-2pm, seven days a week. There are no other changes to visiting hours in other areas. Click here for our full visitation information.

Advancing the Health of Our Community

Your Health

We recognize that good health is a partnership, and we must always strive to be our community’s health partner now and for many years to come.

Partners in Health

Our name reflects our growth and our continued commitment to the overall health of every patient who walks through our doors. Our reason for being will always be to care for those who live, work and play in our community.

Our updated mission statement, "Caring Today for Your Tomorrow," reinforces our commitment to help our neighbors stay healthy, not just today but for the long-term.

Don't Put Your Health on Pause

Andrew Lim, MD, medical director of emergency medicine at Bristol Health, discusses how COVID-19 affected hospital emergency departments across the state and why continuing to receive your routine care is important during the pandemic.  

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We are Prioritizing Your Safety

During this time of crisis, Bristol Health continues to provide the highest quality, safest care to our patients. We have implemented a wide range of measures to ensure you are safe in our facilities and feel comfortable getting the care you need, from recommended screenings and care for chronic conditions, to surgical care and emergency treatment.

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Coronavirus

Bristol Health continues to actively prepare, monitor and to treat patients who may become infected with COVID-19 and to provide tips and education on prevention. We are actively working with local and state Public Health Departments and other key organizations to prepare in case the virus affects local communities.

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Addressing Our Community’s Needs

Recently, we led a comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment to evaluate the needs of all those living in and around Bristol. The purpose of the assessment was to gather information regarding not just health needs, but health behaviors as well. The assessment examined a variety of indicators, including alcohol and tobacco use, chronic health conditions like diabetes and heart disease, and assess to care.

Community Health Needs Assessment

News

Jun 29, 2021

Benefits of Joint Replacement

Luckily, the “wearing out” of your knees and hips is not something all of us will experience. But for those who do suffer from severe arthritis in their joints, it can make what used to be even the simplest moves more difficult than expected. Over the course of time, the arthritis in the joint worsens. It can often result in debilitating pain that limits you from normal daily activities and erodes your quality of life.

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Apr 27, 2021

Survive the good times - tips to return to being social

This might sound silly but having fun can be hard, especially when you are learning how to re-socialize after a year of practical isolation. It can be exciting because you are eager to spend time with people.

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Apr 26, 2021

How to enhance your nutrition and wellness in the workplace

Some people find it helpful to choose a day of the week when they are least busy and prepare meals. For example, you can cook chicken in bulk to be used as a topping for a salad or used in a sandwich.

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Apr 23, 2021

Bristol Health lab services on Route 6 moving across the street from current location

Bristol Health on Monday will be moving its Route 6 lab and blood raw services to a location that better fits its growing base of patients.

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Sep 16, 2020

Experts Say Routine Medical Care Is Important Amid Pandemic

Andrew Lim, MD, medical director of emergency medicine at Bristol Health, discusses on NBC Connecticut how COVID-19 affected hospital emergency departments across the state and why continuing to receive your routine care is important during the pandemic.

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Apr 15, 2020

Lisa Coates Featured on "Face of Connecticut"

Lisa Coates, LCSW, operations manager of the Bristol Health Counseling Center, was the featured guest on this Sunday's WTIC Face Connecticut public affairs program. Listen to her interview here.

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Mar 31, 2020

HEALTHY LIVING: Make emotional health a priority during these trying times

During times of increased stress, we have to consider our emotional immune system. Our emotions play a significant role in how our body responds to stressful situations. To care for our family members and all those in our lives, we have to take care of ourselves as well.

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Mar 30, 2020

Bristol Health launches telemedicine program to limit in-person contact and help flatten the curve

Bristol Health Medical Group doctors have begun seeing many patients using a telemedicine video service that helps limit person-to-person contact and cut down on possible exposures to the coronavirus.

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