Royal National Hospital For Rheumatic Diseases located at Upper Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1RL, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01225 428331

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Roger Banister

4 Google Rating

Its an old fashioned kind of place...based on the principle that hot water is therapeutic, which of

4/ 5

Its an old fashioned kind of place...based on the principle that hot water is therapeutic, which of course it..it has given at great deal of people a great deal of comfort over the years...originally built by john wood the elder in 1739 its intent was to keep , the poor out of the pump rooms it became the city of Baths infimary

Joseph John

4 Google Rating

One of the iconic building in Bath, funny history behind this building..Therapeutic water healing!

4/ 5

One of the iconic building in Bath, funny history behind this building..Therapeutic water healing!

Paul Simpson

5 Google Rating

The best hospital bar none in the country.... Especially for treatment of any and all Rheumatoid med

5/ 5

The best hospital bar none in the country.... Especially for treatment of any and all Rheumatoid medical problems. The staff from checking to consultants are just amazing.

Tash Smith

5 Google Rating

Love this place. The building is so beautiful. The staircase inside is amazing. Staff super friendly

5/ 5

Love this place. The building is so beautiful. The staircase inside is amazing. Staff super friendly. Clean and tidy place. Comfy seating areas. Lift available to all. Doctors are extremely good. I have been diagnosed here with 2 illnesses and they were so helpful, kind and caring.

Alex Hocken

5 Google Rating

From my first experience of being greeted with a warm handshake, introduction and smile by the consu

5/ 5

From my first experience of being greeted with a warm handshake, introduction and smile by the consultant who had agreed to see me started off my fantastic experience of this hospital. This continued during the consultation where the doctor genuine listening to me, and making the time to perform a thorough and comprehensive examination and history taking made me feel greatly at ease. My care was firmly at the centre of all the staff's ethos, that I had the pleasure to encounter. This attitude to care meant that I was included in ever step; from gaining a diagnosis, through to options about what treatments were available and being offered a place on a fantastic course that were led by a fantastic team who tailored the course to individuality of myself allowing me to step away with hope and empowerment at the end of the course that I'd have the right tools to start to understand and manage my health (my disease) therefore feeling like I could optimise my health. While never worrying that if was unsure of something or that it things changed I could contact the team and get the answers I needed. A fantastic hospital, great team, continuity of care and understanding of managing the person with the long term conditions in a way that a lot of other hospitals could learn from rather that just treating the disease.

Mahendra Mahendra

5 Google Rating

Nice sirvise

5/ 5

Nice sirvise

shell Evans

5 Google Rating

Wot a amazing place the staff are incredibly kind and try and help you out as much as they can it's

5/ 5

Wot a amazing place the staff are incredibly kind and try and help you out as much as they can it's such a shame it's closing down

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  • Thursday08:30 - 18:00
  • Friday08:30 - 16:00

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