It’s been 40 years since we cared for our first patient at Jersey Hospice Care.

Jersey Hospice Care was created 40 years ago by the community, for the whole community, and the community remains firmly at the heart of all we do today. Since 1982, Hospice has moved its original base at Grouville to Mont Cochon and has expanded its site and services steadily to support many more islanders, today we typically support around 1,000 islanders and their families every year

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We were founded by the community, for the community and remain at the heart of the community.

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We rely on the support of the community to enable us to continue caring for patients and to support their families and loved ones. It costs £14,800 a day to run our services. Your support makes a huge difference.

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5000 Club - 2023
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Supported the very first patient from their home


Clarkson House Grouville

Clarkson House in Grouville

Care was made available at Clarkson House in Grouville. First with day hospice facilities, then overnight respite care.


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Bereavement support began


Mont Cochon

Clarkson House opened on Mont Cochon with a six bed In Patient Unit, Day Hospice and rooms for the Community Team, therapies and bereavement counselling


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Redevelopment starts

Redevelopment of Clarkson House (Mont Cochon) began to include an additional six bedrooms, making 12 in total.


King Centre

The King Centre was formally opened (named after Hospice Founder, Jurat Mrs Jean King MBE) with new day time facilities.


Extension of remit

We extended our remit to care for adults with any life-limiting illness


Emotional Support

Emotional Support was made available for children and young people with a life-limiting condition and their families


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Outreach Service

We launched our outreach service for children and young people with a life-limiting condition