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Our care & support

Our professional staff and trained volunteers are committed to improving the quality of life for our patients and their families and carers.

Inpatient Unit

Our first-class facilities provide a relaxed and peaceful environment and house 16 large en-suite bedrooms overlooking open countryside and gardens.

Day services

Our multi-skilled and highly trained nurses, doctors, therapists and other members of the care team support people diagnosed with any terminal illness. We care for cancer and non-cancer patients, and because everyone’s illness is unique, we offer a range of different treatments.

Hospice at Home

St Michael’s Hospice and Marie Curie are partnering with the Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group to provide the Herefordshire Hospice at Home service.

Carer & family support

We have a range of Support Groups offering the chance to meet up with other carers. Share time to chat with each other over a cup of tea or a spot of lunch in the relaxed atmosphere of the Garden Room at St Michael’s Hospice.

Support for children & young people

Our service warmly welcomes individuals aged 25 and under, who have a close family member diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. This safe haven offers a supportive environment for these young individuals to connect with others facing similar circumstances. It serves as a space where they can share their experiences and extend peer support to one another.

Ways we provide support

Below outlines the support we offer, both group events and one-to-one support. We recognise that each person grieves in their own way, that people express and experience their grief differently. St Michael’s Hospice has a Supportive Care Team which includes counsellors, social workers, chaplains, listening support volunteers and spiritual care volunteers.

Making a referral

You can refer patients for management of symptoms, emotional support, counselling, out-patient support and palliative or end of life care.

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Complementary Therapy and Mindfulness

Complementary therapies can help promote relaxation and reduce tension, alleviating feelings of anxiety and helping promote sleep.

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Make a free online Will

Writing a Will is one of the most important parts of planning for the end of life. It shouldn’t be scary or something you always put off.

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Make a referral

Patients can be referred to the Hospice either by their GP, community nurse specialist, district nurse, hospital doctor or consultant.

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