We're dedicated to working with you and your family to provide outstanding end of life care at home, or in our hospice in Esher.

How we care for you, your family or friend

You and your family will have a team of experts dedicated to your care and wellbeing.

As well as your medical needs, we can help with emotional issues, financial concerns, practical problems and lots more. We work closely together to make sure that your care is coordinated and, most importantly, built around you and your family. We also work alongside your other carers, such as your GP and hospital team.

As a hospice, we believe that everyone has the right to skilled, compassionate end of life care. That’s why we are a charity and our services are free of charge, although reliant on the support and fundraising efforts of our local community.

For most people, there’s only one place they want to be at the end of their life – at home. Being in familiar surroundings with the people (and pets) we love is important to most of us. So it’s not surprising that, at any given time, we’re caring for around 1000 patients in their own home, or care home.

Care in the Hospice

Our Hospice is a comforting and compassionate space where you and your family will feel welcome and supported. We have 20 light, airy rooms, en suite facilities and access to beautiful gardens or peaceful decking and courtyard areas. There are plenty of places for you to enjoy time together… in the grounds, the dining room, coffee shop and children’s playroom.

We understand this is an important time for you and your family – time you want to spend together. So we keep visiting hours very flexible and can also offer families overnight accommodation. We even welcome your pets – their visits can be very therapeutic!

For our patients and families, our therapy dog visits are something to look forward to in the week. They really do brighten up the day. Making a patient comfortable and reducing the stress of the situation is the gift that therapy dogs bring.

During your stay, we can also offer you and your carers training to help improve your quality of life and maintain your independence once you leave the hospice.

Most patients are with us for short periods to remedy or manage symptoms that are difficult to treat at home. For others the hospice is the best place for their end of life care. On average, patients stay with us for around 10 days.

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