Our Story So Far
The Kilbryde Hospice Appeal was established in 2001 by Tony McGuinness and Dr John Richards to help tackle the lack of in-patient palliative care beds within South Lanarkshire.
Meet The Team
Kilbryde Hospice is a great place to work where staff are valued. We are dependent on the commitment and dedication of our staff for the successful running of the charity.
Our Mission & Values
Kilbryde Hospice is a voluntary independent hospice which exists to provide compassionate, specialist palliative care to people with life limiting progressive illnesses and to their relatives and carers.
Annual Reports & Statistics
Kilbryde Hospice collates statistics in a variety of formats.
How We Are Governed
Kilbryde Hospice Governance is an internal framework through which our organisation is accountable for continuously improving the quality of our services and safeguarding high standards.
Income & Expenditure
Financial control is governed by our Board of Directors, Finance Governance Group, our auditors and accountants.
Kilbryde Hospice provides palliative care and support to patients and families of patients with life limiting illnesses. We currently provide Day Services, CLan (formerly Care at Home), Wellbeing Services and our In-Patient Unit for people living in South Lanarkshire.
You can find a range of useful resources, including:
Referral forms and How to Make a Referral, Patient information booklets, How you can help us, Our newsletters & Policies
Our biggest priority when we are caring for our patients and their families is that we provide compassionate care and support throughout their journey.
We are always interested to hear from our patients and their families, friends and carers about their experience of our service. Your feedback can help us to improve all aspects of our hospice.