Over the past few months, you may have seen continuing media coverage regarding the use of mesh to treat rectal prolapse at Spire Bristol Hospital.
In line with Government guidance we are able to offer treatments and services, so you can still access the care you need.Find out more about our steps to keep you secure
Spire Bristol Hospital is the largest private hospital in the South West, offering fast access to a broad range of treatments and services including complex surgery and a Children and Young People's Service. Our high-quality accommodation and aftercare means we’re committed to looking after you and your health.
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Based in scenic surroundings at the foot of Durdham Down, we can be easily accessed by either the M4 or M5 motorways, or by Temple Meads or Parkway train stations.
From M5 Junction 17
Follow the A4018 for Bristol West and Bristol Zoo for approximately four miles. With the Downs and water tower on the right, you will come to a roundabout on this road. Take the left hand turn into Redland Hill and immediately turn left into Spire Bristol Hospital.
From M4 Junction 19
Follow the M32 leading into Bristol. Take the M32 into the city centre and then follow the signs for Clifton and the A4018. At the top of Whiteladies Road, bear right for Redland to find the hospital.
Take the train to either Bristol Parkway or Bristol Temple Meads stations. Bristol Parkway station is approximately four miles from Spire Bristol Hospital (20-30 minutes by taxi) on the outskirts of Bristol. Temple Meads station is close to the city centre and only 10-15 minutes from Spire Bristol Hospital by taxi.
We have 100 free car parking spaces.
Self-pay treatment enquiries
0117 980 4080
PMI treatment enquiries
0117 980 4070
Scans and diagnostics
0117 980 4010
Physiotherapy and sports injuries
0117 980 4022
Invoice and payment queries
0118 975 4118 or email us
Through surgery or less invasive procedures like physiotherapy, our team of orthopaedic specialists may be able to help ease the pain in your bones and joints to get you back to living the life you love.