Edwina Bradley Day Hospice

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The objective of the Edwina Bradley Day Hospice is to rehabilitate patients within the limits of their illness, not only physically, but socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Patients come for the day as part of a group or for an individual outpatient appointment. Either way, there is provision for a variety of services such as physiotherapy, complementary therapies, diversional therapy, art therapy, hairdressing and always, most important of all, time to listen, understand, help and care.

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Edwina Bradley Day Hospice provides access to Specialist Palliative Care support and advice as well as a range of services provided by the Hospice multi-disciplinary team. The team includes both Nursing and Medical staff, an Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Social Worker, Counsellors, Chaplains and a variety of Therapists.

Aim of the Service
The aim of the Service is to be flexible and responsive to patient needs in order to enhance their independence and quality of life. The Service also aims to provide respite for patients’ families and carers. This Service is available to patients living within the following postcodes – G3, G11, G12, G13, G14, G15, G60, G61, G62 and G81.

For more information, including referral criteria please download this Guide to our Day Hospice.

Consultant led Out-Patient Symptom Control Clinic

This fast track service is available to all people with any progressive incurable condition and complex distressing problems.   For more details please download our Out-Patient Symptom Control Clinic Information Leaflet.

The Day Hospice is named after Mrs Edwina Bradley