Hospice seeks feedback on services for five year review

St Vincent’s Hospice in Renfrewshire is running a survey to gather people’s feedback on the future of their services as part of their Community Review.

As the hospice nears the end of their five-year strategy for 2014 – 2019, they are seeking insight into how they can best serve the community going forward.

Director of Care Brona McGee, said:

“As we prepare for the future, we are inviting members of the public and our professional colleagues to be directly involved in shaping the direction of our services. This will involve reviewing our existing community services, as well as exploring new and innovative opportunities for developments.”

The hospice will be reviewing their Community Nurse Specialists, Day Services and Bereavement Support Service, as well as considering proposals for new support services.

Brona added:

“The aim of this review is to ensure that we are providing the right care, in a way that is best suited to meeting the constantly changing needs of our community, and allowing as many people as possible to access our services.

“Please, whether you or someone you know has experience of St. Vincent’s, or you have never heard of us before now, your involvement in this review is absolutely vital in helping us to offer the best possible care for hundreds of patients, and even more families, going through some of the most difficult times of their lives every year.”

To take part, fill in the survey online at St Vincent’s Hospice Community Review Survey. Paper copies can also be obtained by visiting the hospice or one of their ten shops throughout the community.

For more information visit St Vincent’s Hospice

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