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Advanced Vascular Care

Vascular Medicine

Providing the highest levels of vascular care and expertise in an advanced setting.

Comprehensive Vascular Care

Bristol Health's vascular specialists provide the highest levels of vascular medicine care and expertise in an advanced setting. We offer a minimally invasive approach, including robotic surgery, for even the highly-complex surgeries so our patients can go home more quickly, suffer less pain and heal faster than ever before - our patients typical length of stay in the hospital is half of that of the national average. 

What is Vascular Disease?

Vascular disease is a condition in which the blood flow to your arteries or veins is restricted due to blockages or narrowing of your veins and arteries, or by malfunctioning valves. 
Vascular disease is very serious. Not only does it cause pain in your body, but it increases your chances of suffering a stroke, heart attack or other life-threatening condition. 

Millions of people suffer from vascular disease, which includes peripheral artery disease, atherosclerosis, carotid artery disease and varicose veins.

Know the Signs of a Stroke Know the Signs of a Heart Attack

Expert Team. Extraordinary Care. Convenient Location.

The specialists at Bristol Health are board-certifed and fellowship trained, meaning they have years of additional, specialized training in vascular medicine and have passed additional rigorous testing requirements to assure you receive the most comprehensive and complete care possible.

Our Location

  1. Medical Office Building

    25 Newell Road

    Bristol, CT 06010

News

Jul 08, 2021

Rock the Shot: After over 25,000 covid vaccines, still more to go

BRISTOL – State officials Thursday addressed covid variants, the importance of vaccination and vaccination incentives during a press conference at Bristol Hospital. Gov. Ned Lamont and Acting state Commissioner of Connecticut Department of Public Health Dr. Deidre Gifford joined Bristol Health President and CEO Kurt Barwis.

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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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Apr 22, 2021

Former NFL quarterback receives vaccine at ESPN clinic, hopes to inspire youths

Former UConn and NFL quarterback Daniel Orlovsky received his first dose of the covid-19 vaccine in Bristol on Thursday -- something local officials are using to target a younger demographic who may be hesitant to get their shot.

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Apr 16, 2021

Bristol Health offering program for those suffering long-term effects of covid-19

A program designed for Bristol Health employees suffering from long-term effects of covid-19, aimed at getting them back to work and again able to perform daily life tasks, is now available to the community.

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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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Jul 15, 2020

Bristol Health earns Silver Recognition from ENA

Bristol Health has become the first healthcare system in the state to earn a Silver Recognition, achieving the feat in the 2020 ExcellenceNorth Alliance (ENA) Baldrige-based Awards and Recognition.

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Jun 19, 2020

Bristol Health Changing The Focus Of Its COVID-19 Specimen Collection

Effective Saturday, June 20, Bristol Health will be converting its COVID-19 specimen collection to a model that concentrates on Bristol Health patients.

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May 04, 2020

Coronavirus survivor, 34-weeks pregnant, receives heartfelt goodbye

Nicole Nolan has become Bristol Hospital’s latest coronavirus survivor. Nolan, who is 34 weeks pregnant, was discharged from the hospital Friday.

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