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24 hour nurse led health information and advice service. Detailed information and a database of information for patients and the public on a variety of conditions
 
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Web site of the United Kingdom Transplant Support Service Authority. The Authority maintains the National Transplant Database which includes clinical information on all patients awaiting a transplant. Locations: Stoke Gifford 0117 975 7574
 
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South Gloucestershire PCT is a statutory organisation within the NHS and is responsible for commissioning and providing health services for the population of South Gloucestershire
 
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B&NES Primary Care Trust plans, develops, buys and delivers your local health services - covering a population of over 186,000
 
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The PCT covers an area from the Avonmouth across to Fishponds (West -East) and from Southmead to Lawrence Hill (North to South). Bristol North Primary Care Trust comprises 33 GP practices and a total of 132 GPs. 242,000 patients are registered with these practices
 
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Primary Care Trusts bring together the primary care services (eg. GP Practices and Community Nursing Services) in a particular area and work to develop these services in response to the needs of the local community.
 
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List of all GP practices [ in Avon ] List of all Pharmacies in our PCT List of all NHS dentists in our PCT List of all opticians in our PCT
 
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Bristol City Gate NHS Walk-in Centre opened at the end of August 2000. It is located in the city centre in a shop front location offering fast access to local residents and homeless and the very large daytime business and visitor population. The centre is a source for health information and advice on a variety of problems, including minor injuries, and health promotion.
 
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South Bristol NHS Walk-in Centre opened in September 2000. It is part of a resource centre built in the Knowle West Health Park, a base for a base for a broad spectrum of health and social care activities. The NHS walk-in centre is a source for health information on a variety of problems, including minor injuries, health advice and promotion.
 
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The Multiple Sclerosis Research Unit, based at the BrAMS Clinical Centre at Frenchay Hospital, is dedicated to Furthering Information, Research, Support and Training (FIRST) related to Multiple Sclerosis. The BrAMS Clinical Centre is part of the North Bristol NHS Trust
 
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