Our In-Patient Unit offers a comfortable, private space for our patients to receive the treatment they need while still being able to spend time with families and loved ones.
People are admitted to our In-Patient Unit for a variety of reasons; this may be for pain and symptom management, rehabilitation or to stay for a short period of respite. Individuals are also admitted to our ward during the final stages of their illness and for end of life care.
Care is delivered by our multi-disciplinary team, made up of a Consultant in Palliative Medicine and other Doctors, Nurses, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Patient and Family Support team and a Spiritual Care Advisor. When admitted to the In-Patient Unit, all patients have a full nursing and medical assessment to allow an appropriate plan of care to be made and agreed upon.
Before admission, patients and their families are welcome to visit the Hospice and find out more about the range of care and services we have available. Visiting hours are generally open, however we do operate protected mealtimes.
There is no smoking allowed within the Hospice buildings. However, there is a smoking shelter for patients outside Reception, with an alternative area for visitors beside the car park.
You can find more information about our In-patient Unit by downloading our Information booklet by clicking here.
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Visiting St. Vincent's Hospice (Coronavirus Guidance)
Following the rise in case of Coronavirus (COVID -19) in Scotland, we are following Government and NHS advice. Please read our guidance before visiting St. Vincent’s Hospice. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.
We want to ensure that our Hospice remains a safe place for patients, their families, staff, volunteers and visitors.
Is it important that you check the current guidance before visiting the Hospice, which you can find here.