Hospice Isle of Man was set up 31 years ago and is a charity that provides specialist palliative care for patients and their families facing life limiting illness. The care includes physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects and is provided by a multidisciplinary team free of charge.

Hospice provides inpatient facilities, respite care, therapeutic day care, specialist nurses, social worker, counselling, a range of therapies and hospice at home service. Many patients are referred to the Hospice following diagnosis; they will often be cured but need the initial support for hospice many services.

Video welcome message from Margaret Simpson – Chief Executive, Hospice Isle of Man – Click to play


Latest News

Drop in days continue to flourish

Our Drop in Day in The Scholl Centre continues to thrive with a new survivorship programme being added to the list of programmes from January 2015. Since the drop in days started in July 2013 they have proved a real bonus for anyone affected by a life-limiting condition. Drop in any Monday or Thursday...

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Our Next Event

Christmas tree recycling

We have organised our Christmas tree recycling again in conjunction with the Impact Team from the Children’s Centre. The scheme will involve picking up real trees between Monday 12th through to Friday 18th January 2015. A minimum donation of £5 is requested in order raise funds for Hospice and the Impact...

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