Looking after you and your family is what we do best and we’ll do everything we can to help you and your visitors feel welcomed and relaxed.
Whilst staying with us, you will have access to our 24-hour specialist care in a comfortable and relaxed environment. A real home from home, where your needs come first. We will do everything we can to make your stay just as you would like it to be.
Our unit features 10 ground floor spacious individual rooms with en-suite facilities and all rooms are furnished to a high standard with specialist beds, comfortable seating, TV, Wi-Fi and easy access to our beautiful garden areas.
You will have control of your care plan and the reassurance of a nurse call system with nurses available 24 hours per day and a doctor available on call at all times.
Your length of stay is determined by your needs and what's best for you, many people are admitted for symptom management and discharged back home.
Every day our clinical team of Doctors, Nurses, Occupational Therapist, Dietician, Social Worker, Physiotherapist, Complementary Therapists, Chaplains and Counsellors led by our Consultant in Palliative Medicine care for 10 patients.
Our Inpatient Unit is open every day of the year, the average length of stay is approximately 2 weeks but it's dependent on your needs and what's best for you.
Staying on the unit means we can:
- assess how your illness is affecting you, talk with you about what you need and work out the best way to support your future care
- help to improve your symptoms and make you more comfortable
- manage your medication and ensure you are pain free
- make you as comfortable as possible and provide you with expert care and support at the end of your life
- provide advice and support for your family, friends and carers too
Our focus is on helping you live the best possible life through caring for you in a way that’s right for you. Everybody gets treated as an individual, whether it's physical, mental or emotional support you need. We will support you to stay as independent as possible, for as long as possible.
Yes we will always discuss care plans and suggested treatments with you (and your relatives if you wish). We are committed to providing the best care and before any member of staff examines or treats you, they will seek your permission or consent to do so.
If at any stage, you’re not able to consent, we’ll do what we think is in your best interests. Anything you’ve said previously about how you wish to be cared for and the views of other people important to you will be taken into account. Please feel free to discuss this with a member of the team.
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