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The Bristol Health network provides locations throughout central Connecticut, making access to quality care easier than ever.

The Doctor is In (Your Neighborhood)

Founded in 1921, Bristol Hospital has evolved into a complete network of local and community-based services. The network now includes 20+ physician office locations in central Connecticut, including Bristol, Burlington, Farmington, New Britain, Plainville, Southington and Wolcott, providing the best in primary and specialty care, Emergency Medical Services, skilled nursing, home and hospice care, rehabilitation as well as a top-rated community hospital.

Serving Communities Throughout Greater Bristol

Bristol Health provides quality care to all who work and play in Bristol and its surrounding areaes. With continued expansion into the outpatient care setting and a long-term commitment to support health through central Connecticut, you can find our network in 7 cities, bringing access to care closer to you than ever before.

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Bristol

Bristol is home to Bristol Hospital, the Bristol Health Medical Care Center, the Cancer Care Center, Beekley Center for Breast Health & Wellness, the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine, the Bernie Guida Pulmonary & Cardiac Rehab Center, the Sleep Center, primary care physician offices, and many specialty care practices, and much more.

Southington

The Bristol Health Medical Group can be found right within the Southington community at 98 Main Street, offering primary care, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, podiatry, psychiatry/behavioral health, pulmonary medicine and urology.

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New Britain

Our 35 Pearl Street offices in New Britain are home to several services ,including obstetrics and gynecology and access to several orthopedists.

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Plainville

Bristol Health offers cardiology, obstetrics & gynecology and primary care physicians on Whiting Street, right in the heart of downtown Plainville.

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Terryville

Conveniently located at 27 Main Street, our Terryville office is home to primary care as well as laboratory services.

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Burlington

Primary care and the specialty care of neurology are situated at 258 Spielman Highway.

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Wolcott

464 Wolcott Road is the home of primary care, neurology, and obstetrics and gynecology.

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Classes, Workshops & Events

Whether you’re looking for a health screening, childbirth class or just informational sessions on weight loss surgery, signs of a stroke and all in between, you can find it at Bristol Heath.

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News, Advice & Stories

Sep 17, 2019

Bristol Health Spine Surgeon Performs First Radiofrequency Ablation

Bristol Health's Dr. Upadhyay is pleased to inform you that Bristol Health performed it first Radiofrequency Ablation of the metastatic spine tumor using a minimally invasive technique in September, 2019

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Jun 17, 2019

Heel Pain And Tendonitis Are Common Conditions With Runners

The summer and fall present some wonderful opportunities for runners, but chances are that many of these athletes will experience some sort of foot or ankle pain that could lead to a potentially more serious problem.

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May 20, 2019

Another Busy Lake Compounce Summer For The Bristol Health EMS Team

The unofficial start of summer begins this upcoming Memorial Day Weekend which means the team from Bristol Health EMS will be ready for another season at Lake Compounce.

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Feb 28, 2019

Know The Symptoms Of Heart Disease

February is American Heart Month and there is no better time to discuss and raise awareness about heart disease. The major risk factors for heart disease are diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, physical inactivity and obesity.

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Feb 28, 2019

Heart Failure: Prevention is the Best Treatment!

Heart failure is the most common reason for a hospitalization in patients 65 years or older in the United States. We all probably know someone who has been affected by heart failure.

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Dec 18, 2018

It’s Not Early To Make A New Year’s Resolution To Quit Smoking

Looking ahead to the New Year is often the time we resolve to change things in our lives that need changing. Every smoker’s journey to a smoke-free life is different but all smokers can be put into two general categories.

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Nov 18, 2018

Diabetes Awareness Month: Foot Problems And Sores A Common Occurrence For Diabetes Patients

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and one important goal of this month is helping every person with diabetes build a healthier life by making them aware of the importance of daily foot checks.

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Oct 22, 2018

Breast Surgery and Oncoplasty

The diagnosis of breast cancer is a life-changing experience. Not only does it bring women face to face with questions about survival, they must also undergo surgical treatment for breast cancer. The changes from breast surgery may alter a woman’s perception of physical, emotional, and sexual wholeness.

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Oct 08, 2018

Breast Cancer: What is Your Risk?

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October reminds us that breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among women in the U.S. According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), one in eight women will be diagnosed with this disease in their lifetime.

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Sep 24, 2018

Don’t Avoid Talking About Suicide

September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness month and although suicide is a sensitive topic, it is not one that can be avoided. Death by suicide remains the 11th leading cause of death in Connecticut with someone dying on average every 22 hours.

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