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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.
Learn about our community needs assessment and how we are responding to better address those needs.
Our mission, Caring for Your Tomorrow, reflects our deep commitment to help you stay healthy for the long-term.
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Excellence is Part of Our Identity
We are located in the greater Bristol area, with offices in Southington, New Britain, Wolcott, Plainville and more.
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Festival of Wine & Spirits on Sept. 18
Caring Today For Your Tomorrow
Bristol Health is here in your community, supporting you, your friends, family and neighbors with convenient locations in Bristol, Southington, New Britain, Plainville, Terryville, Burlington and Wolcott.
Just because we have Bristol in our name, doesn't mean we're far away. Bristol Health facilities are just around the corner, with locations in Bristol, Plainville, Southington, New Britain and beyond. And because we believe in being a partner in the community, we constantly offer education, seminars and events.
Bristol Health is committed to delivering the highest quality and most compassionate care to all.
The Bristol Hospital Diversity Committee, in partnership with Physicians/APPs of the Bristol Health Medical Group, have came together to create “White Coats for Black Lives Matters," an event held on August 12, 2020 to shine a light on social injustice coupled with health disparities amongst African-Americans. The event featured several speakers including Bristol Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu, Police Chief Brian Gould and President of the Bristol Lexie Mangum, among others.
We are proud to support and celebrate the LGBTQ community not just in June during Pride Month, but all year round. We are honored to have been named an LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader by the Human Rights Campaign for LGBTQ Inclusive Health Care. We are even more proud of our unwavering commitment to acceptance and diversity and knowing it's more than just promising unbiased care for all, but is about embracing differences, understanding, accepting and respecting them.
We know that there's still work to be done and we will continue to work on our policies, practices, education and training to improve our abilities to provide culturally competent, and patient-centered care to our LGBTQ patients and their families.
Celebrating Pride Month
Bristol Health, led by an employee initiatve, has donated thousands of dollars to aid in the United Way of West Central Connecticut's truly important mission. Similar to Bristol Health, the United Way is dedicated to helping individuals and families who call our community home and advanceing the common good by creating lasting changes to improve lives in our communities.
We are proud to support this wonderful organziation.
Proud to Support the United Way of West Central CT
Learn More About the United Way
As a nonprofit, we won’t turn anyone who need care away, regardless of their financial state. Financial assistance is available to help with the medical care costs for those who qualify.
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.
We strive to provide the highest quality care community-wide. We are proud to say that we’ve been nationally recognized for the care we deliver, and even more proud of our customer satisfaction.
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 access to care.
Community Health Needs Assessment
Jun 21, 2019
In honor of the opening of their new building downtown, Bristol Health is hosting a celebration outside the Medical Care Center with food, music and games.
Apr 05, 2019
At Bristol Eastern High School, about 40 attendees came to see Dr. Bellezza who was giving free foot and ankle checks to those with chronic foot and ankle pain.
Jan 14, 2019
Bristol Hospital has once again launched its 2018 Lights of Love campaign to support the hospice program of Bristol Homecare and Hospice.
Oct 29, 2018
Local family was honored at Bristol Homecare and Hospice Agency for special care they provided last year to the family of 57 year-old Michael Gullotta.
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