If the number of positive cases begin to rise at the hospice and in the community measures including testing will be reintroduced
If you have had contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID 19 (or has symptoms), or you have any of the below symptoms and feel unwell, please don't enter the building:
All visitors are kindly reminded to use the hand gel before entering the hospice and on a mask prior to entering the In-patient Unit.
We will of course, constantly review these changes and keep you updated. Please keep checking this page for the latest information.
Our Wellbeing Centre (previously known as Day Hospice) have put together a new programme of support. The programmes will be delivered by our nurses and trained staff. Our Wellbeing sessions are back up and running.
Through lockdown, we unfortunately weren't able to be in the same room, but we are happy to announce we have started face-to-face appointments once again.
If your bereavement was over six months ago and you are still finding that you are having serious difficulties, we are here to help. Our trained counsellors can help you to understand your feelings, how they are impacting you and develop tools and techniques that will reduce and alleviate their impact.
Patients are accessing the clinic as normal, we are providing clinic appointments and Home visits when required. We can also contact patients on the telephone if they are unable to attend clinic or if they require some advice.
Patients receive treatments in clinic following assessment if this is required.
We are following all government guidelines and thank patients for continuing to wear face coverings if able to do so.
We are doing home visits where it's safe to do so.
We are also carrying out video consultations for reviews and assessments.
We are as determined as ever to make sure people with a terminal illness still get the care they need.
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