From relieving you of symptoms and pain, to supporting you to have the best quality of life, our InPatient Unit offers the highest quality of care.
Our focus is on the best quality of life for the people we support and you will be cared for by our expert team of Mountbatten Nurses, Doctors and Healthcare Assistants.
Other people you might meet on our ward include our fully trained volunteers, pharmacist, physiotherapist, or Spiritual Care lead. The whole team works together to help to alleviate your physical, emotional, social or spiritual needs.
You could be admitted onto our ward for a number of reasons
We work closely with each person and their family members to create a unique care plan and will support you when returning home.
Leaving the ward
The ward is not a long-term unit. Our multi-professional team will work with you and your family to reach the point where your symptoms and needs can be managed at home.
If this is not possible, or you need additional support, we will discuss alternative options with you and your family.
Our InPatient Unit is has a very relaxed routine, and is based around your needs.
Specialist care is delivered in a calm and relaxing environment on our 21-bed inpatient unit.
Find out what it is like to stay on our InPatient Unit at Mountbatten Hospice.