Our Care

Who We Care For

People receiving our care have a wide range of conditions, including Cancer, Heart Failure, lung disease such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and neurological illness such as Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and Parkinson's Disease. We care for and support adults in the Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset area. 

Support is focused around the physical, psychological, social and spiritual issues that can arise as a result of serious illness, in order to improve the quality of a person's life. Everyone is unique, and we provide support with that in mind. Our goal is to help our patients live well and support their families and friends.

"My view on hospices has changed completely since I've been here. It's a comforting place where I would encourage anyone to come." Paul's story

If you need to speak to us, please call our 24 hour clinical advice line on 0117 915 9430

Our Teams

Every member of our team is dedicated to giving patients and their families the best possible care and support, whether that's in their own homes, through our groups or in our Inpatient Unit.

Where We Care

When many people think of hospice care, they picture going somewhere to be looked after during the last days of their life. They're not wrong - we do offer inpatient care. But many patients receive our care over a number of months in the comfort of their own homes. We recognise that people's needs can change over time - that's why our range of services offer different types of support at different times.

So our support comes in lots of different packages. But no matter what form it takes, your individual needs are at the heart of that support. Whether you are in your own bedroom or one of ours, we aim to give you and your family the best possible care.

Information and Advice

If you need to speak to us, please call our 24 hour clinical advice line on 0117 915 9430

Our getting referred page gives you more detailed information about who is eligible for our care, while our resources section has a number of guides, films and audio for patients and families to access from home to help with various aspects of care and wellbeing.

Getting support from us might seem like a daunting prospect. Reading about other people's experiences can really help. We hope our patient and family stories will reassure and comfort you.