Urgent medical care
If there's an emergency on campus call 0117 32 89999 (available 24/7, every day of the year). Put this number in your phone. We'll send staff to help and we'll call the emergency services for you so that they can find you quickly. If you're off campus, call 999.
For treatment for minor cuts, burns, scalds and bites and suspected broken bones, you can go to the walk-in centre or Southmead Hospital Minor Injuries Unit. Both are open until 20:00 (18:00 at weekends).
- Broadmead GP Walk-In Centre
59 Broadmead (in Boots)
Tel: +44 (0)117 954 9828
Tel: +44 (0)117 323 5100
Go to the A&E (Accident and Emergency) department of Southmead hospital. A&E departments are very busy, so if you have a minor medical issue, you may have to wait a significant time for treatment or you may be directed to one of the services above.
You should go to A&E for:
- suturing or wound and dressing care
- lacerations, cuts, fractures, severe sprains and strains
- head injuries or loss of consciousness
- broken bones or heavy blood loss
- persistent chest pain or difficulty breathing.
Please think carefully before you attend A&E.
Tel: +44 (0)117 950 5050
To find your nearest NHS dentist, call the Dental Helpline on +44(0)845 120 6680 or search for a dentist online.