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Events
We have lots of exciting events and activities for you, your friends and your family to get involved with this year
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Fundraising

Whether you’re choosing to fundraise in memory of a loved one, or want to raise money for one of the Island’s most loved charities, we are so grateful for your fundraising efforts.

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Information for your stay

Find out more about our In Patient Unit.

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The In Patient Unit has 12 single rooms all with their own bathroom facilities with specialist equipment.

Each room has access to our garden for patients to enjoy the tranquillity and fabulous views of St Aubin’s Bay. All the rooms benefit from individualised air conditioning and heating, Wi-Fi, Digital TV, Netflix and a fridge. We take great care in the preparation of meals at Jersey Hospice Care. Our chef and his team offer a full and varied menu for you to choose from during your stay. We are happy to accommodate any particular dietary requirements or preferences.

We take pride in ensuring that the In Patient Unit adheres to strict regulations of cleanliness. Our dedicated Housekeeping staff and Facilities team maintain extremely high standards in this clinical area.

Jersey Hospice Care provides its services free of charge. However, your care during your stay may continue to be supported by your GP and therefore the cost of GP visits to you on the In Patient Unit will remain your responsibility in the same way it would if you were in your own home.

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. As we continue to adhere to Government guidelines for care settings due to COVID-19, please check with a member of our team for the current measures in place for visitors.

If you wish to restrict the times of your visitors, to allow you some quiet time, please speak to one of our nursing staff who will be happy to arrange this.

Children are welcome to visit, but we ask that they are supervised by an adult at all times.

In most cases your pets are welcome to visit too. Please speak to your nursing or care staff to make arrangements for this.

Jersey Hospice Care has a designated smoking area which is for the exclusive use of patients only.

We are committed to providing a healthy environment. As such, Jersey Hospice Care is a non-smoking site, inclusive of the gardens and car park, and in accordance with Jersey Law. This applies to all families, carers, visitors, staff and volunteers. We thank you for your cooperation.

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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 specialise 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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