The Marie Curie Hospice, Glasgow offers free specialist care for people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. Recently built in 2010, our building is located on a beautiful hill with views of Campsie Fells. Our hospice provides a friendly and supportive atmosphere to both patients and their families.
With 30 beds and a fully-equipped day service department, we have the capacity to care for 1,200 patients and their families every year. Whether it is through our personalised programmes, complementary therapies or stunning views, we strive to promote the best quality of life on every level possible. To help meet this aim, our hospice employs a team of health and social care professionals including nursing staff, occupational therapists, chaplains and social workers. In addition, our chefs produce about 1,000 meals a week, often taking special requests from patients.
We pride ourselves on maintaining the independence and privacy of patients. Individual rooms with en-suite bathrooms are provided. Each floor is also equipped with facilities to allow family members to stay while visiting. Additionally, our new building provides picturesque views of the ranging Scottish hillside to promote a tranquil environment for everyone.
We truly believe in providing as much comfort to patients as possible. Patients and families have found their experiences at the Marie Curie Glasgow Hospice to be very positive. This is thanks to our patients benefitting from a unique amount of privacy, skilful working staff, and a plethora of activities. Ultimately, our hospice offers families in difficult positions another option so that their loved ones can receive the care they need.
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