Hospice Awareness week - Monday 14th - 20th May 2018
Over the last 12 months we have cared for more than 630 patients and provided support for their family/whanau.
We have 83 staff working in a variety of roles, and around 620 volunteers supporting all components of the hospice service.
Our nursing team has made 8833 community visits and provided 1020 home visit after hours.
While we receive some funding from the government, we rely heavily on donations, grants, HospiceShops and community fund raising to cover the shortfall to ensure our services continue to be provided free of charge.
For Hospice Awareness Week - please think about "What is most important to you?"...
Welcome to Hospice Taranaki, provider of specialist palliative care services for all people within Taranaki.
Hospice Taranaki provides a range of community or hospice inpatient services for patients and their family/whanau who are living with life limiting illness. These services are offered free regardless of age, ethnicity, means or religion. Patients who have Hospice Taranaki involved in their care may have cancer or other life limiting non-cancer illnesses.
Hospice philosophy affirms life and offers dignity and hope, acknowledging the uniqueness of each person and striving to work in partnership to meet patient and family needs.
Hospice Taranaki is a registered Charitable Trust, founded in 1992 and administered by a Board of Trustees.
Visiting Te Rangimarie Hospice (Hospice Taranaki in-patient unit):
5 David St, Westown NEW PLYMOUTH
Open visiting times for families,
General visiting 10am - 7pm daily.
24 hour Service
We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
For patient care telephone 06 753 7830