When we launched our 5 year strategy 'Much More Than a Building' in October 2018, we talked about how our wonderful building will remain at the heart of all that we do, but over the last 13 years there have been some significant changes in the needs of our patients, and along with changes to disability regulations which meant we needed to adapt our facilities to ensure that our care environment is fit for our future patients with a focus on providing greater independence, privacy and dignity.
It is important that as the leaders of Palliative and End of Life care on our Island we focus on what people have told us matters to them, and with the support of a very generous benefactor in the Tevir Group, we have had the opportunity to improve the physical environment for our patients, their family and friends so that we can truly support them to live well, their way, to the end of their life, now and for years to come.
With such a big project like our Enhancing our Healing Environment Project, we appreciate that some of our supporters may have some questions. We have covered a range of frequently asked questions including:
Important updates and information regarding our Enhancing our Healing Environment Project, keeping you at the centre of communications.
Get an insight into the plans and infrastructure work with Hospice CEO, Anne Mills as she walks through the building, discusses some of the enhancements and the reasoning behind the project.
Capturing the enhancement story every step of the way from In Patient rooms to Rebecca House, outdoor enhancements and more, follow the visual journey undergo major infrastructure changes to the final lick of paint.