Our Day Hospice and Out Patient Service aims to enrich patient’s lives through individual and group activities. We offer patients and their carers personalised support, whilst empowering them to manage their condition and prevent unnecessary complications.
The Emotional Support Service provides free, confidential and person-centred support and is there to help explore and manage feelings around the impact of knowing that someone is going to die.
The In Control Group is an eight week workshop based programme for patients struggling with anxiety, breathlessness or fatigue.
The In Patient Unit offers facilities for short stay admission, typically for assessment, symptom management, respite and end of life care. Care is delivered by skilled and experienced nurses, working with other members of the multi-disciplinary team, to ensure a holistic approach to the care of patients and their families.
The Lymphoedema Service provides treatment and management for all patients experiencing Lymphoedema caused by cancer or its treatment.
Our Physios provide a range of palliative rehabilitation therapies, supporting people to live as well as possible for as long as possible.
Our Specialist Palliative Care team works across hospice, in the community and in the hospital, providing support, care, advice and complex symptom management.
The Community Bereavement Service provides free, confidential and person-centred support to any islander who has experienced a bereavement.
A weekly drop in community service helping us to reach more people who could benefit from our expertise and care.
Guidance for people wishing to visit patients on our In Patient Unit, what to do if you are on holiday in Jersey with a life limiting illness and how we use patient information
Information on who can make a referral and how and what to do if you have an urgent referral. You can also find out how to refer for our Lymphoedema Service and Community Bereavement Service.
These quotes are taken from ‘Thank You’ cards, emails and letters from our patients and their relatives