Cossham Memorial HospitalEdit profile
Cossham Memorial Hospital is a community hospital in the Kingswood area of Bristol.
The services provided, by North Bristol Primary Care Trust at Cossham include outpatients and physiotherapy. South Gloucestershire Primary Care Trust Intermediate Care Team and Community Mental Health Teams are also based on the site.
The hospital was built in 1905-07 by Frederick Bligh Bond in a Queen Anne style, as a memorial to the late Handel Cossham, a former MP and Mayor of Bath who died in 1890. Sited on Lodge Hill, the clock tower is the highest point in Bristol and can be seen for miles around.
It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building.