Light Up A Life 2014
Thank you to all who contributed to our Light up A Life Appeal 2014, sponsoring a light in honour of someone dear or in memory of a loved one.Read more....
From 1st April 2014, St Andrew's Hospice became a NO SMOKING zone. Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the premises, be that inside the buildings or anywhere within the Hospice grounds.Read more....
The Sisters of Charity
The Sisters of Charity founded St Andrew’s Hospice (Lanarkshire) Ltd. However the origin of St Andrew's Hospice goes back two centuries to the foundation of the Religious Sisters of Charity by Mary Aikenhead in 1815.Read more....
St. Andrew's Hospice endeavours to provide a high standard of specialist palliative care to the people of Lanarkshire, encompassing human dignity and compassion and, at all times, respecting the value of human life.Read more....
See Me Pledge
St Andrew's Hospice proudly supports the See Me Campaign. We want to treat all service users and visitors to the Hospice with the dignity and respect they deserve.Read more....
Welcome to St. Andrew's Hospice (Lanarkshire)
We are an independent charity providing care and treatment for those living with life threatening illnesses.
We are here for all the family. Providing support for loved ones and carers is a central part of our mission.
We provide a service completely free of charge for the adult population of North and South Lanarkshire and strive to meet the needs of all irrespective of religious, cultural or ethnic background.
Latest NewsLight up a Life 2014: Reflection
From our annual Light up a life ceremony 30 November 2014 It won’t have escaped your notice that this year the nation commemorated the centenary of....Read on »
HIS report of unannouced inspection 9/10 April 2014
St Andrew’s Hospice received an unannounced inspection visit on 9th and 10th April 2014. Based on the findings of this inspection, this service has....Read on »
View all news »