Bristol Hospital, The Chesterfield
Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital opened in 1961 and is an established part of the local community.
The recently opened Chesterfield Hospital brings patient service to a new level. We have invested £20 million in our 30 bed hospital which has 3 digital theatres and a critical care unit with the very latest technology.
Clifton Court, originally built in 1742, is the centrepiece of The Chesterfield Hospital, which has been part of the Nuffield Health family since 1961. Whilst retaining and restoring the historic Grade II listed building itself, we have built an entirely new hospital on the site, combining leading-edge clinical facilities with an outstanding customer experience.
- 30 private en-suite bedrooms
- 11 consulting rooms
- 3 fully digital operating theatres
- State-of-the-art diagnostic imaging facilities
- On-site catering team
- Patient car park
- Private GP clinic
- Private dentist
- Breast clinic
- Recovery+ programme (includes gym membership)
- High definition endoscopy capability
- Cosmetic surgery
- Spine & Neurosurgery
- Sports & Exercise Medicine
- Men's Health & Urology
- Women's Health
3 Clifton Hill, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1BN
Our prices are all-inclusive. We will equal any comparable price. There are no time limits on your aftercare.
Our response to the CQC report:
We are pleased that the hospital has been rated ‘Good’ by the CQC across the adult wards, operating theatres, outpatients and diagnostics services. Naturally, it’s disappointing to receive the rating for children’s services, but in the short time since the inspection, we have worked proactively and positively with the CQC. We immediately suspended our children’s services while we implemented the changes they requested and I’m pleased to report that we have now reopened children’s diagnostics and outpatients services, and anticipate resuming children’s surgical services shortly. (Nuffield Health Medical Director and Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Geoff Graham)
See details on Bristol's recent performance.