Updated 6 April 2022
Here you will find the latest information and guidance on the COVID-19 and how to help protect yourself. Follow the links or use the sidebar to find out more information.
We are testing all patients who are admitted to our Inpatient Unit for COVID-19, whether or not they have symptoms of the disease, unless there is a specific reason not to.
This is as advised by NHS England. If you have any queries about this, please ask a member of staff.
This coronavirus page includes:
- Services information
- Advice for visiting the hospice
- Emotional and well-being support - including bereavement support from LivingGrief
- The Hub - an expansion of our OneCall service team
- Upcoming event information
- Shop information
- Can you volunteer at this time?
These are challenging times for everyone and St Elizabeth Hospice is no exception. Every day brings new information so we are regularly reviewing the care we can provide to families to offer the best support possible with the staff available.
We are working closely with our colleagues at the local hospitals, GP surgeries and other organisations. Whatever happens, we expect there to be an increased need for our highly skilled staff and their expertise in delivering end of life care and support.
We thank our staff and volunteers for their continued hard work and dedication, all pulling together to do what we can to help the wider community. During this difficult time as a local hospice, we really value our friends more than ever to help us provide vital care for those who need us most.
If you are concerned about your patient care and need further advice, please call our 24 hour advice line, OneCall, on 0800 567 0111.
Calls are free from a BT landline. OneCall is there to support everyone in our catchment area, including patients, relatives, carers and healthcare professionals.
For the most up-to-date information and guidance, please visit: