Changes over hospital calls
PATIENTS and visitors attending Bristol Royal Infirmary and the children's hospital weeks will be limited to when they can use the drop-off area outside for the next six weeks.
A staffed barrier will be set up due to building works around the hospital complex.
An additional ward block is being built behind Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI), an extension is being added to the children's hospital, a new entrance being created for the BRI and a helipad being installed on the roof.
James Rimmer, chief operating of the trust which runs the hospitals, said: "We realise that some patients and visitors will find these changes inconvenient but we are doing our best to warn patients before they travel to our hospitals, to keep disruption to a minimum and put alternatives in place wherever we can."
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From today, a barrier will prevent drivers entering the area between the children's hospital and the BRI on week days from 7.30am to 6.30pm.
Drivers will only be allowed through in emergencies or to drop off children with mobility difficulties.
Anyone who needs further assistance when dropping off a patient at the front of the BRI can call 07771 334 388 and a member of staff will give advice.