• Care is provided free of charge to patients and their families
  • We help patients and their families to maintain control and to have choices
  • We provide skilled medical and nursing care with other staff who are specially trained in palliative care
  • We provide skilled medical and nursing care with other staff who are specially trained in palliative care
  • We use a mixture of skills and techniques through multi-disciplinary teamwork
  • We aim to help people to live life to the full and to approach death in an atmosphere of peace, respect and calm
  • We support loved ones through the patients illness and on into bereavement
  • We aim to provide an integrated service with other palliative care providers.

If you require any further information regarding Hospice Services, please contact either the nursing staff.

St Anne’s Hospice strives to help its patients and their loved one’s by:

  • Valuing the individuality and dignity of each person in our care
  • Considering the physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and social needs of those we help
  • Providing a calm environment to enable those in our care to experience the least possible distress    
Focus on Patients

Patient Care
The hospice is registered with Health Inspectorate Wales for 10 beds providing Specialist Palliative care for adults who are suffering from an advanced life limiting illness. The hospice is unique in that it is the only provider of  inpatient hospice beds in the county and is available to people who live within the 5 boroughs of Gwent. Patients are referred for symptom management by their general practitioner, consultant or the palliative care team from the community or local hospitals. Holistic care is offered to patients and their families with the support of a multi-disciplinary team. Their roles encompass the provision of physical, psychological, emotional, social and the spiritual elements of care planning with:

Medical and nursing team, Physiotherapist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Pharmacist, Chaplaincy, and Volunteers providing a range of skills including complimentary therapies.

The pastoral care team complement the care by providing spiritual support for patients and their families. Care at the end of life may be offered to those who are unable or do not wish to stay at home. In addition, the provision of ongoing bereavement support is offered to families and friends. Unfortunately, long term care is not available at the hospice. For Healthcare Professionals

Hospice team

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