Our Mission Statement
Kilbryde Hospice is a voluntary independent hospice which exists to provide specialist palliative care to patients with life limiting progressive illnesses, and to their relatives and carers. Services provided by Kilbryde Hospice are available to those people with palliative care needs. The service is provided free and does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, creed, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, age or financial means. Access to treatment or employment in its programmes aims to complement the overall provision of palliative care within the community.
Our Aims and Objectives
Our aim is to improve the lives of people who have a life-limiting progressive illness.
Kilbryde Hospice places a high value on dignity, respect, and the wishes of the person who is ill, and aims to look after all their needs.
Kilbryde Hospice aims to provide an environment for holistic care to enhance quality of life including the relief of pain and distress, whether physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual or social.
Care also extends to those people who are close to the patient, and into the bereavement period after the patient has died.
To increase awareness of Kilbryde Hospice and its services locally.
Kilbryde Hospice aims to work in partnership with NHS Lanarkshire, General Practitioners and other service providers in the development of localised palliative care services.
To monitor and evaluate our services implementing development programmes where appropriate through consultation with stakeholders.
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