Our inpatient unit provides a range of specialist services and facilities to help control the symptoms of your illness, as well as the emotional and physical support to help you live your life to its full potential.
- Occupational Therapists
- Complementary Therapists
- Family Support Services
- Pastoral Care
All our daily meals are cooked on-site using the best fresh ingredients and we will cater to any dietary requirement or appetite.
Family and friends are welcome to visit at any time. Our relaxing family lounge is the perfect place to unwind and we have facilities for children and young people, including Internet access and games.
Above all, our hospice is safe and secure. Located off a quiet road with bedside lockers for your belongings, you can enjoy total peace of mind.
Please note: Many people find that a relatively short period of inpatient care makes a real difference to how they feel. We will support you in returning home - or to a suitable alternative location - where your care can be continued.
Our patient information leaflet includes more information on our medical team and useful details such as what you need to bring with you.
If you are planning to visit a loved one at the hospice, you may find our visitor information helpful.
How to be referred:
All referrals to the Inpatient Unit must come from a health care professional involved in your care, for example a GP, District Nurse, or hospital consultant.
Please visit our referrals page where you will find more information and the relevant forms.