Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre located at Frenchay Park Rd, Bristol BS16 1UU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0117 956 2697

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Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre bristol
Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre bristol
Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre bristol
Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre bristol
Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre bristol
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Kevin Alderman

5 Google Rating

I was a there from may 2020 to November 2020 i was diagnosed with geiliam Barry sindrom and could no

5/ 5

I was a there from may 2020 to November 2020 i was diagnosed with geiliam Barry sindrom and could not do anything for myself when I left I could use my hands and stand with help the staff ARE ace and would like to say big thanks to all I promised that I would walk out but unfortunately this was not going to happen but promise I will walk back in

Bewilz Sha

5 Google Rating

Amazing St staff great rehabilitation!

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Amazing St staff great rehabilitation!

Lorenzo Giucca

5 Google Rating

I was an in-patient here in 2016 for 7 months and it's where they brought me back to life; to a func

5/ 5

I was an in-patient here in 2016 for 7 months and it's where they brought me back to life; to a functional human again. All I can say is that they work wonders. Thank you.

Andrew

5 Google Rating

I received incredible care at BIRU for my brain injury. Thank you to my therapists and everyone ther

5/ 5

I received incredible care at BIRU for my brain injury. Thank you to my therapists and everyone there

jar mar

5 Google Rating

Goodbye 😎 Frenchay Hospital πŸ’‰ It's a shame that our hospital has closed down, but the memories

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Goodbye 😎 Frenchay Hospital πŸ’‰ It's a shame that our hospital has closed down, but the memories live on. πŸ’Š So to the doctors and nurses who were very wonderful and friendly, I wish all the sraff and the doctors all the best for the future and that's to all the staff who worked in Frenchay Hospital Bristol πŸš‘ So don't forget! And then the memories will live on πŸ”¬

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