We need to raise £9 million to reconfigure and refurbish our Hospice to make it fit for the future.
The upgraded building will enable us to increase the number of single bedded rooms than we have at present, which will allow us to ensure privacy for patients and their loved ones. This also helps us to comply with the current space standards for healthcare facilities.
Significant changes in how hospice care is delivered is also a key factor in why this major refurbishment is required to ensure we can continue to provide safe and quality care for the next 30 years. The equipment and facilities needed to deliver modern hospice care have considerably improved since we opened in 1986 and take up much more space. Refurbishing the Hospice will allow us to stay in our current home, continue to care for the patients of North and South Lanarkshire and make our Hospice fit for the future.
Download our Case for Support for further information on our plans and how you can help us achieve our goals.
The refurbishment works concluded in March 2018, with the first patients returning to the refurbished Hospice on 4th April 2018.
The new facilities include many features to ensure patients continue to receive quality, person-centred care at the end of life.
To date, £6m of the £9m refurbishment costs has been raised.
Click here to see photos of our refurbished Hospice.