Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge
Glenfield Hospital, Leicester
Russell Hall Hospital, Dudley
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
St Thomas' Hospital, London
University Hospital Coventry
The Bristol Bath Weston Vascular Network is based at the North Bristol NHS Trust. It is comprised of a team of 10 consultant vascular surgeons and five consultant interventional radiologists. The unit has clinical expertise and academic research in peripheral artery disease and the diabetic foot. It provides complex open and endovascular revascularisation techniques for limb salvage and has a particular interest in the management of infected vascular reconstructions. Vascular surgeons in the unit provide rapid access clinics for the management of patients with diabetic foot disease and chronic limb threatening ischaemia. It led the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) for diabetic foot care in Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire. The team provide a 1-2 week visiting fellowship to VaLSA candidates focussed on their individual interests and training requirements.
VaLSA Site Contact
Professor Rob Hinchliffe
Professor of Vascular Surgeon
Bristol NIHR Biomedical Research Centre
University of Bristol
39 Whatley Road
Bristol BS8 2PS
Exec. Assistant: Amanda.Harper@bristol.ac.uk
+44 (0)117 3314540
Southmead Hospital is served by over 12 bus services which stop either on site outside the main entrance to the Brunel building, or very close by, making it easier than ever to travel to and from Southmead by bus.
For quick and easy route planning, visit www.traveline.info
The nearest stations are Bristol Parkway, Filton Abbey Wood and Temple Meads. Each station has bus connections to the hospital. National Rail Enquiries, 03457 484950
M4 junction 19 take the M32 towards Bristol. Leave the M32 at the first exit, (A4174 signposted Parkway).
Turn right at the roundabout.
Proceed along the dual carriageway.
At Filton Hill round about (junction with A38) go straight across onto B4056 Southmead Road.
Go straight across the double mini roundabout. The hospital is 250 yards beyond the roundabout on left.
At junction 17 leave motorway towards Bristol (W). Take fourth available exit off roundabout on to A4018 (Cribbs Causeway).
Take second available exit off roundabout onto A4018 (Cribbs Causeway).
Take first available exit off roundabout on to A4018.
Take second available exit off roundabout on to A4018 (Passage Road).
Take third available left on to Greystoke Avenue.
Turn right at mini-roundabout on to Doncaster Road.
Turn left on to B4056 (Southmead Road). Arrive at BS10 5NB