Information for patients
and families

St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people living with a progressive illness such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease and in the advanced stages of conditions such as heart, lung or kidney disease.

We focus on each patient as an individual and we support their family members and carers too. Our wide range of services are available in the community, at our Community Care UnitsInpatient Unit and at home.

Care is delivered by a skilled multidisciplinary team including doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, complementary therapists, family support workers and healthcare assistants. We also have over 1,000 volunteers who help across all aspects of the organisation including supporting patient care.

Need some advice?

Our One Call service provides patients and their families/carers with expert advice from senior registered nurses.

One Call - One Number | 24hr Advice
0800 567 0111 calls are free from a BT landline.

Our 24 hour advice line OneCall continues to provide essential support for patients and families. OneCall is there to support everyone in our catchment area.

Supporting family and carers

Emotional support may be needed with adapting to a changing lifestyle, living with an illness and managing loss. Sometimes it can help to talk with someone who is not part of the family and who is a professionally trained, skilled listener with the ability to offer support with the challenges that living with a progressive illness can bring.

We offer various types of therapy including:

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