Southmead Hostpital have been criticised for spending £250,000 on clock that staff say can't be read.
The first patients are to move into the new £430m Southmead Hospital. Our Health Correspondent, Katie Rowlett has been for a look around.
The latest series of the popular TV show "One Born Every Minute" is being filmed in Bristol. We went to meet some of the brand new stars.
NHS managers have been criticised for spending a quarter of a million pounds on a clock at a hospital in Bristol. It doubles as an art installation - and hangs inside the new multi-million pound building at Southmead.
It shows the time by illuminating a series of rings and bars, but many people have told us it's too complicated to read. The NHS Trust says art can help with patients recovery, but the local MP has today said it's a waste of money. Our Health Correspondant Katie Rowlett reports.
North Bristol NHS Trust says it has now responded to Charlotte Leslie's concerns.
NHS managers have been criticised for spending £250,000 on an art installation that doubles up as a clock at a Bristol Hospital.
The complicated light sculpture hangs inside the new multi million pound building at Southmead, which opened last week. The binary clock shows the time through an unusual display of illuminated rings and bars, which represent specific hours and minutes. But there is no explanation of how to read it.
Bristol's new £430 million hospital at Southmead is now officially open. As well as combining specialist medical services on one site, it also contains the regional trauma centre and adult burns unit.
However, the move, which has been happening over the past month, hasn't got off to the best start with 180 operations being postponed because of a faulty air handling system. There's also continued criticism over the number of parking spaces on site. Our Health Correspondent Katie Rowlett reports.
Bristol's £430 million Southmead hospital officially opened today. As well as combining specialist medical services on one site it also contains the regional trauma centre and adult burns unit.
It promises to revolutionise care in North Bristol.
However the move - which has been happening over the past month - hasn't got off to the best start with 180 operations being postponed because only a third of the theatres were working. There is also continued criticism over the number of parking spaces on site.
Here's Katie Rowlett.
Bristol's new £430 million pound hospital at Southmead officially opens today.
540 patients have been transferred from the old buildings at Frenchay and Southmead over the past month. A & E has also moved.
There's a striking difference between the facilities in the Brunel Building compared to the old-fashioned wards at Frenchay.
Staff at Frenchay Hospital bade an emotional farewell last night to its A and E department, as services were officially switched to Southmead Hospital.
As the clock struck 2am, doctors, nurses and other staff gathered to mark the moment. The facility was opened in the early 1960s and, and although dated, for many it's been their second home.
Our health correspondent Katie Rowlett was there:
Matron at Southmead hospital Juliette Hughes told ITV News West Country the move from Frenchay to Southmead had got off to a good start.
Dr Kirsten Jones says the new hospital as Southmead will provide them with the very best technology in the areas they are most needed.