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
NICE issue end of life draft guidance
NICE issued draft guidelines to support the NHS to care for patients at end of life – the public are being encouraged to comment.
Copy of press release : 2015 077 - Care of the dying adult consultation -
Our Next Event
Midnight Walk 2015
Hospice is delighted to announce its sixth annual midnight walk will take place on Saturday 19th September 2015. This wonderful fun event will start with registration from 9.30pm. The 5 mile walk is from King Edward Bay House, Onchan finishing at Ballafletcher Sports Grounds around midnight. Entry fee is £16...