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Who says a community network can't be big on quality? Bristol Health is nationally recognized for quality, safety, health equity and more.
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We are located in the greater Bristol area, with offices in Southington, New Britain, Wolcott, Plainville and more.
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Due to the high number of seasonal flu cases being seen in our area, and the concern for the health of our patients, Bristol Hospital is limiting visitor access during the current flu season. Click here to learn more.
Low vision is the term used to refer to permanent funtional vision loss that cannot be corrected by medication, surgery or glasses. People with low vision have already tried the available medical or surgical treatments. For those with vision worse than 20/200, they are considered legally blind in most of the United States. However, despite the designation, people in this group may still have some vision.
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