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Referrals

Self-refer or get a professional referral to any of our services.

There are multiple ways we can support patients, through a range of free to access services. GPs and other healthcare professionals can use our professional referral form, which can be largely auto-completed through the communications and letters tab in Ardens or SystmOne, or you can refer yourself or someone else to selected services.

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Rehab and Wellbeing


Supporting community members with a life-limiting diagnosis to live well and do the things in life they enjoy. We start with a pre-booked appointment with the person being referred to the service, and with them come up with an individualised treatment plan.


Self-refer by phone on 01462 679540 (opt 2)


Self-refer by emailing us gh.hospice@nhs.net


Download our professional referral form here

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Family Support Service


Our Family Support Service exists to promote emotional, psychological and spiritual wellbeing, both pre- and post-bereavement. Patients known to the Hospice, and any family and friends, can self-refer.


Self-refer by phone on 01462 679540 (opt 7)


Download our professional referral form here

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Hospice at Home


Patients with life-limiting illnesses who need care in their own home in the last weeks or days of life can be referred by a GP or healthcare professional to our Hospice at Home team. We offer hands-on nursing care and support and guidance to loved ones.


Download our professional referral form here

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Inpatient Unit


For patients who would benefit from expert care for physical, emotional and psychological symptom control. Our high nurse:patient ratio ensures that patients are able to get the dedicated support that they might need.


Download our professional referral form here

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Compassionate Neighbours


If you, or someone you know, are living with a life-limiting illness, are elderly or frail and/or are experiencing loneliness or social isolation, you could access support from a Compassionate Neighbour. Self-refer or refer a loved one.


Compassionate Neighbours referral form

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Supporting children and young people


The serious illness or death of someone close can have a huge impact on a young person. We offer individual support in a safe, confidential environment, helping children to express their thoughts and feelings.


Please note: We are not currently accepting any new referrals for children and young people.

Additional support and resources

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Support for professionals

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Support for you