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We believe that Hospice care for the residents of Wigan and Leigh should extend beyond the Hospice building.

Our Day Hospice provides a social and welcoming environment for people with a terminal illness.

People are usually referred to the Day Hospice by a GP, nurse or hospital consultant. After a referral has been made, a member of the Day Hospice team will contact you to discuss your specific needs, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions or raise any concerns. People are usually offered a place at the Day Hospice for one day a week.

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Our Clinical Nurse Specialists have specialist palliative care skills and are armed with knowledge to provide you with support and advice.

Your GP, consultant or nurse specialist can refer you to a Trinity nurse, who will give support and guidance to your caring team to maximise your quality of life. Our nurses can also advise on anything from complex symptom management to spiritual and psychological care.

Our nurses are here to:

  • Help to manage symptoms, such as pain, nausea or breathlessness.
  • Advise patients, family and carers, making it easier to make decisions about the future.
  • Contact your GP, district nurses and social services to make sure you are receiving the best possible ‘joined up’ care.
  • Provide access to some of Trinity’s other services, such as the Day Therapy Unit, In Patient Unit, Complementary Therapy and the Linden Centre.

You might meet one of our specialist nurses at the hospital, at your GP surgery or in your own home. Wherever they are, our nurses always act as an advocate for you to achieve the highest quality of care at the time when you need us most.

If you need to contact the Trinity CNS team just telephone them on 01253 359379.

What is palliative care?

The aim of palliative care is to achieve the best quality of life for patients by managing difficulties and providing support. Palliative care is provided by many health care professionals, in hospital and at home.

The aim of palliative care is to achieve the best quality of life for patients by managing difficulties and providing support. Palliative care is provided by many health care professionals, in hospital and at home.

The aim of palliative care is to achieve the best quality of life for patients by managing difficulties and providing support. Palliative care is provided by many health care professionals, in hospital and at home.

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Hospice in Your Home can be contacted on 01942 525566 or email: enquiries@wlh.org.uk

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