Since opening this state-of-the art facility in 1994, Bristol Regional Medical Center has served its communities through physician partnership, technological innovation and growth. Bristol Regional was the first hospital in the region to offer a digital cardiac catheterization lab and a Primary Stroke Center. Bristol Regional is also the region’s only hospital offering experienced physicians performing surgical procedures with two state-of-the-art robots – CyberKnife® and da Vinci®.
CareChex, a well-respected national quality rating service and division of The Delta Group, selected Bristol Regional among the top 100 hospitals in the nation for major neurological surgery and trauma care. Additionally, Bristol Regional was ranked in the top 10 percent in the state for heart attack, heart failure treatment and cancer care.
Bristol Regional Medical Center is one of just a handful of hospitals in the nation to offer the innovative CyberKnife Stereotactic Radiosurgery System from Accuray Incorporated. Located in the hospital’s J.D. and Lorraine Nicewonder Cancer Center, CyberKnife uses state-of-the-art robotic technology to treat life-threatening tumors that would otherwise be inoperable.And Bristol Regional also features the da Vinci Si Surgical System, introduced in 2009 by Intuitive Surgical, Inc., as part of its array of cutting-edge robotic treatments and tools. This version of the da Vinci Surgical System provides enhanced, high-definition 3D imagery for superior clinical capability.
We understand that a hospital visit can sometimes be difficult and overwhelming. That’s why we do our best to make navigating our facility as convenient as possible. The following links have detailed directions to several important areas and resources on the main level of the hospital. Please be sure to take note of which entrance you use as you visit our facility. And, thank you for choosing Bristol Regional.
Bristol Regional Medical Center
1 Medical Park Boulevard
Bristol, TN 37620
A partnership between the trauma team at Bristol Regional
Medical Center and a group of altruistic students has empowered Sullivan East
High School to take top honors in a statewide competition to increase seat belt
usage among teenagers. Organized by the Tennessee Department of Health, the
“Battle of the Belt” challenged 11 high schools across the state to devise a
plan to raise seat belt compliance among students.
Bristol Regional Medical Center is making administrative changes. Terry Eads, who has successfully guided Bristol Regional's quality, accreditation and risk management initiatives, has been named to a similar role at Wellmont Health System. Replacing Eads will be Penny Miller. Tim Anderson will serve as Bristol Regional's vice president of patient care services and oversee all nursing care.
Women at all stages of life will learn something new, visit multiple vendors and be eligible for free prizes at the annual Women and Children's Expo on Saturday, April 13, at Bristol Regional Medical Center. The expo will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the hospital's conference center on the ground floor. Admission is free.
Bart Hove, who has successfully guided Bristol Regional
Medical Center to extraordinary heights during his 12 years as president, is
resigning for health reasons, effective May 1.
Bristol Regional Medical Center is conserving energy with a
comprehensive lighting upgrade that will increase efficiency and provide
valuable financial savings for the hospital.
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