Healthcare professionals in the Black Country and Dudley Borough are invited to an open event at The Mary Stevens Hospice on Thursday 21st April.
The Hospice will open it’s doors on Thursday 21st April, giving you the opportunity to have a look around their new facilities, find out more about the work of the Hospice and develop a working relationship with the Hospice team.
Doctor Alan Pestridge, Palliative Care Physician at The Mary Stevens Hospice, said:
“The intended benefits are that the visitors will be able to find out more about the Hospice, see our fantastic new facilities and be able to network and develop a working relationship with the team here.
By doing this we hope that we can offer our outstanding palliative care services to a wider group of patients, including those with respiratory, cardiac and neurological disease, ie raise awareness that the Hospice’s services are open to any person with any life limiting illness and who is from any gender/ethnicity/sexual orientation/homeless etc”
The Mary Stevens Hospice services are open to any person with any life limiting illness and from any gender/ethnicity/sexual orientation. It is the hope of the Hospice that this open event will be the start of strong working relationships between healthcare professionals and Hospice staff to ensure that the Hospice’s care is accessible to all of those in the Borough that need it.
Please pop along to the Hospice on Thursday 21st April at a time to suit you between 4pm – 8pm.
To let the Hospice know that you would like to attend, or you have any questions about the open event, please email Doctor Pestridge at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about the care that The Mary Stevens Hospice provides, please visit: https://www.marystevenshospice.co.uk/our-care/
Mary Stevens Hospice is a charity offering high quality, specialist hospice care for adults living with life-shortening illnesses and dedicated support for their families and carers. Based in Stourbridge, we serve people who live in the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, the Black Country and surrounding areas.
The hospice provides a safe, caring and compassionate environment where all staff are highly-skilled and have time to listen and advise. It is their role to create personalised holistic programmes of care, that encompass emotional and practical support, to help reduce symptoms of illness and side effects of treatment. Specialist services are provided at our recently refurbished In-Patient Unit and our Day Therapies Clinic. We also offer care at home where appropriate.
Mary Stevens Hospice care is provided free of charge to all adults who need our support. Our trustees, staff, volunteers and supporters from a compassionate community work together to raise the funds that pay for over 80% of our annual running costs.
Without their efforts we would not be able to deliver our badly needed services and ensure that: