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PO Box 1092
Ph: 07 347 0324
Fax: 07 347 8377
The Rotorua Community Hospice service has been providing specialist palliative nursing care for people with a life limiting illness who choose to die in their own home since 1984. We cover a population of over 75,000 residing in Rotorua and surrounding Lakes District. Our services are available free of charge, on a 24 hours a day, seven days a week basis. Care and support includes patient and whanau/family consultation and assessment involving GP’s, Hospital, rest homes specialists and other associated health providers. Grief and bereavement support is a part of the community nursing service with a weekly day-stay programme, personal care from trained Health Care Assistants and specialist equipment loan when required.
PO Box 950
7 Sunset Street
Ph: 07 377 4252
Fax: 07 377 4253
Lake Taupo Hospice provides support for those with a progressive life limiting illness and their family/whanau within the greater Lake Taupo District. We strive to be a centre of excellence providing the highest quality services.
All our care is centered around the Hospice philosophy of ‘Living Every Moment’.
1 Heretaunga Street
PO Box 5349
Ph: 06 356 6606
Fax: 06 355 0453
Arohanui Hospice provides specialist palliative care services for patients and with a life-limiting illness and support for their families and whanau in the Manawatu, Horowhenua, Tararua and Rangitikei regions. These services are both inpatient and community based. Arohanui Hospice has 10 inpatient beds and capacity to provide additional 2 day beds. The community team of 7 FTE palliative care coordinators work with the interdisciplinary team to provide care. The interdisciplinary team includes social workers, day stay coordinator, pastoral support, counselling, palliative care pharmacist and massage therapist.
Arohanui Hospice Service works closely with the hospital- based palliative care team and generalist palliative care providers in the community via the Palliative Care Partnership. Arohanui Hospice has a well developed Education & Research Unit that contributes to local, national and international education and research.