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This is where you will find information about our patients, the hospice care services we provide for them both at St Barnabas House and in the local community, and how you can be referred to our hospice.
Patients may be referred to St Barnabas House for:
• Day Hospice support
• Out-Patient support
• Symptom management
• Respite, end of life and palliative care
• Emotional support or counselling for themselves or their loved ones
Click on the following pages aim to find out more information about the services we provide at St Barnabas House.
What is palliative care, how do we provide this and how can it help?
Find out who can be referred, why and what happens after a referral.
Find out about the facilities in our In-Patient Unit.
Find out about the care services, activities and social events provided in The Day Hospice.
Our Hospice at Home can support people who wish to remain in their own home at the end of their life.
Our Community Team offer advice, emotional support and help with future planning.
We have three dedicated Nurse Specialists who support patients with End Stage Renal Failure, End Stage Liver Disease and Advanced Heart Failure.
Social workers and counsellors who can provide emotional support to patients, families and carers.
Our resident artist can help you express yourself through creative arts during this difficult time.
Our team of physiotherapists help patients overcome their limitations to improve their quality of life.
We offer a range of therapies aimed at relieving stress and tension and to aid relaxation.
St Barnabas House is supporting echo, a 24 hour a day, seven day a week telephone support service for patients who have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.
Find out about how you can contact a care specialist for advice.
How to raise a concern about an adult at risk of abuse.
St Barnabas House is regulated by the CQC to ensure the highest quality care standards are maintained.
Find out about the support offered by our volunteer Community Companions.
A number of useful leaflets for patients and families.
Cathy Stone, Clinical Director, is the Caldicott Guardian for St Barnabas House. She is responsible for ensuring all Caldicott principles of data and information sharing are adhered to in order to protect the confidentiality of patients and their families. If you require more information regarding this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org