Our Care

 
 
Our Hospice is staffed by qualified doctors and nurses supported by administrative and hotel services and a highly effective fundraising team.
 
 
 
Wakefield Hospice
 

Our Care

Wakefield Hospice is a purpose-built specialist palliative care unit that opened in April 1990 providing 8 single ensuite bedrooms and 2 four bed ward areas, a Day Therapy Unit, bereavement support and education.

Over the years the Day Care Unit developed initially into a Day Therapy Unit and ultimately into a Drop-In Centre providing therapies, information and care for patients, carers and bereaved families.

Who we are

Some of our Community Volunteers
From those early beginnings, and as a result of the appeal that went out to the people of Wakefield in 1982, the Hospice developed into what it is today, a sixteen bed specialist unit serving the people of Wakefield.
 

What we do

One of our single bedrooms
The Hospice endorses a holistic approach in promoting quality of life for patients as well as providing the continuing support that is offered to families and carers.

 
 

How we help

The Hospices main priority of care is to achieve the best possible quality of life for patients, whilst supporting their families during the period of illness and throughout the period of bereavement.
 

FAQs

The Hospice grounds
All of our frequently asked questions are here and are updated regularly.