Our team of health professionals specialises in providing quality treatment and care to patients and their families. The team maintains close links with other health professionals and caregivers involved.
The Medical and Nursing team is the patient's first contact with hospice, providing information on the services available to patients and their families. The aim is to support people to stay in their own home as much as possible if that is their wish.
This team maintains a constant and close working relationship with other health professionals involved in the patient's care.
They also provide an out-patient service, make home visits to meet those who have been referred, and to conduct follow up appointments.
After hours telephone support and advice is provided by the Registered Nurse on duty in the In-Patient Unit 24/7.
This team works as part of the wider hospice team to provide emotional and practical support to patients and their families throughout their journey with hospice.
If needed, patients can be admitted to the six bed In-Patient Unit which has a home-like atmosphere where family and friends are always welcome. This is a short stay unit where patients are admitted for:
Our team strives to create a safe, friendly environment which tends not to be too structured with routine.
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