We also cater for patients’ religious and spiritual preferences, as well as delivering counselling for our patients and their families, including child bereavement services and school support programmes.
How we care for patients and their carers and families is led by their wishes. Depending on individual circumstance, once you have referred a patient to us, their care might be delivered as an in-patient on our ward at Woking Hospice or in the community in their own home, care home or nursing home. All patients have the opportunity to use our Wellbeing Centre that provides them with a social setting and access to a range of therapies, complementary therapies and treatments.
We strive to offer patients, their carers and families the best in care and support through a range of services that include: nursing care; medical care; symptom support; support with nutrition; counselling; physiotherapy; occupational therapy; complementary therapy, such as massage and reflexology; spiritual care; information and support on a range of practical matters that might include financial support for example. We also deliver counselling for family members, including child bereavement services and school support programmes.
What we deliver for patients, their carers and families is coordinated with you as a GP, District Nurse or other healthcare professional
In-patient ward: 01483 881759
Sam Beare Community Team (Weybridge): 01932 855646
Woking Community Team: 01483 881759
For your patient
Most people living with a life-limiting condition would prefer to stay living in their own home. For this reason over 80% of our care is delivered in the community.Learn More
We provide a range of support services for carers, who are very often family members. Our team is available to offer advice on practical and financial matters and to provide emotional support. We also run support groups.Learn More
Bereavement and counselling services
Our trained counsellors can provide support to carers and family members throughout, from when they first receive the news of a loved one's diagnosis and they are referred to us, through knowing their loved one’s condition is terminal and then after their deathLearn More