Bristol Surgical Associates has been proudly caring for our community since 1946.
Our team is dedicated to the finest technical, compassionate, and personalized multi-specialty surgical care for the people of Eastern Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia.
Bristol Surgical Associates continues to be at the forefront of innovative changes in healthcare. We are able to offer our patients the most progressive surgical techniques.
We have surgeons specially trained in the da Vinci surgical system and physicians who utilize CyberKnife robotics. We are proud to offer our community access to the very best surgical tools available in the hands of experienced surgeons.
Our primary focus is general & vascular surgeries, as well as care for the injured. Continuing education, active participation in peer review, and daily team review of patient cases allow us to arrive at the best possible outcome for you..
Our physicians evaluate each procedure for the safety and comfort of the patient in making the decision to perform the procedure in-office or move the procedure to the operating room.
These are minor procedures that are performed in the office under local anesthetic.
Location: We are located in the Bristol Regional Medical Center campus, in the West Wing, above the Radiology Department.
Address: 1 Medical Park Blvd Suite 250W, Bristol TN 37620
Short Stay Procedures
General and Vascular Procedures are performed in the operating room at Bristol Regional Medical Center.
Location: Bristol Regional Medical Center
Address: 1 Medical Park Blvd, Bristol, TN 37620
Bristol Surgical Associates has been proudly serving the Bristol community and surrounding areas for more than 70 years. Learn more about the surgeons that are dedicated to your well-being.
From medical assistants, to billing and insurance specialists, and front office team members, Bristol Surgical has a robust support system to provide you with the care and attention you need.
Bristol Surgical has received a new policy From Ballad Health: If a patient has had their 2nd COVID vaccine, they must wait 6 weeks before having a mammogram. The policy change aims to avoid false positive results, as the vaccine may sometimes show swollen auxiliary nodes in the screenings.
If you are scheduled or due for a mammogram here at Bristol Surgical, and have recently received the 2nd COVID vaccine, please let our team know. Call or message us to discuss and/or reschedule. Thank you.