Bristol General Hospital
Bristol General Hospital (sometimes referred to as BGH or Bristol General) is a rehabilitation hospital in Guinea Street, Harbourside, Bristol, in the south west of England. The BGH is part of the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UHBristol) which includes eight hospitals within Bristol.

The hospital originally opened in 1832 taking only patients from the Bristol area, and expanding to outside Bristol in 1850. Today the hospital covers Bristol and North Somerset unitary authorities.

Specific services include:
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Radiology
  • Stroke Medicine

Inpatients have access to a restaurant, a hairdresser, and a daily trolley service selling confectionery and toiletries. Daily newspapers can also be delivered Monday to Friday.

The outpatient facilities include physiotherapy, and day assessments for elderly people. The Sleep Unit Clinic and Sleep Studies department serve a wider population in South West England.

Bristol General Hospital is in the process of being closed. Some services will move to the Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI), and others to the new South Bristol Community Hospital. In Autumn 2010 BNP Paribas Real Estate was instructed to sell the hospital site and marketing began on Friday 8 October. A development brief for the three acre site been produced by planners Barton Willmore which had been agreed by Bristol City Council.

In popular culture
In 2008, the hospital was used as the filming location for the BBC Three drama series Being Human , which was broadcast in early 2009.