Nurse in hospice

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 £16,500 a day to run our services. Your support makes a huge difference.

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How we help

We're here to give you personalised care when you need it,  at any stage of your illness.

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There are various reasons for patients being admitted to the In Patient Unit.

These include:

  • Assessment of your needs allowing staff to listen to your concerns about your illness and plan care that suits the goals you want to achieve.

  • Managing symptoms that are particularly complex and have been difficult to control at home.

  • Rehabilitation to help you adapt to changes and remain as independent as possible.

  • Planned respite to provide a break for you and your carer so you can return home and continue to live life as fully as possible.

  • Care as your illness progresses towards the end of your life. Over a third of patients admitted to the In Patient Unit go home after a stay. Some people may choose to spend their final days in Hospice, and in this instance our aim is to enable our patients to enjoy the highest quality of life possible for whatever time remains.

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How we can help

You may require admission to Hospice at any stage of your illness. There are various reasons for patients being admitted to the In Patient Unit.

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Information for your stay

The In Patient Unit has 12 single rooms all with their own bathroom facilities and specialised equipment.  We provide specialist 24 hour personalised care with the aim of maintaining independence and dignity in a warm and supportive environment.

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Visiting Hospice

Visitors are welcome at any time. We ask you and your visitors to respect the privacy of other patients. There are some communal areas available for visits with family and friends and a sanctuary for quiet reflection.

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We aim to make it as simple as possible for healthcare professionals, patients and their families to access our services.
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We welcome all feedback, positive or negative and see feedback and complaints as a way of learning and improving our services.