The Bristol Royal Hospital for Children (BRHC) provides a local service for Bristol children and a referral service for specialist care for families across the South West and nationally.
The current building opened on the 22nd April 2001 and was the first purpose-built children’s hospital in the South West. In April 2007, a further ward was opened to accommodate children’s services from Southmead, with the long-term aim of centralising all hospital services for children in Bristol at one centre of excellence.
|Hospital type||Specialist Hospital/Clinic|
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