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.


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

Download our professional referral form here


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


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


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


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


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.

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