At the Hospice

Specialist palliative care for patients, their families and carers in the relaxing environment of the Hospice.


Frailty Service

Frailty means when you’re living with multiple health conditions, such as diabetes, heart failure, asthma, dementia. The more frail you are, the more difficult simple things like shopping or getting dressed become.

Our Frailty Service, launched at the beginning of 2024, supports people with symptoms linked to their frailty, preventing hospital admissions and long waits in A&E.

Discover more about the Frailty Service


Rehab and Wellbeing

Our expert Rehab and Wellbeing team will support you to maintain skills, confidence and optimise your quality of life, enabling you to live well with your diagnosis. Together, you will create an individualised treatment plan based on what's important to you and what you want to get out of your sessions.

More about our Rehab and Wellbeing services


Inpatient Unit

You may be referred to our Inpatient Unit if your GP or a healthcare professional thinks you would benefit from our 24-hour specialist care. This could be for reasons including short-term symptom relief or psychological support until you are well enough to be discharged, or to provide care in the last days of life. 

Learn more about care on our Inpatient Unit


Family Support Service

When someone is diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, everybody in the family is affected. Our Family Support Service will try to meet you wherever you are in your journey, whether pre- or post- bereavement. If you are a patient, friend or family member known to us, you can self-refer to the service. Please note: We are not currently accepting new referrals for children and young people.

Find out about our Family Support Service


Dementia Care

If you, a loved one or someone you care for is living with dementia, Garden House Hospice Care can help by providing advice, guidance, training and support. Our Admiral Nurse, Hannah, is based at the Hospice and specialises in dementia care to people with complex needs, demonstrating a high level of distress and poor physical/mental health leading to a decrease in wellbeing.

More information about Dementia Care


24-hour advice line

Our palliative care advice line is open 24 hours a day for patients, carers and healthcare professionals.


Seeking help now?

We know that deciding who to contact for help can be confusing, so we've written a guide to seeking clinical help or advice.