Thursday 9th April 2020 update:
In line with other health organisations Woodlands Hospice is implementing additional measures to minimise the risk to our patients, visitors, volunteers and staff.
We continue to limit face-to-face contact for our outpatients and those attending group sessions but we will contact all patients personally by telephone to talk through their concerns.
Please be assured that we remain committed to ensuring patients will still have access to medical help or assistance where necessary.
If you are a patient with concerns about your personal situation, call our Wellbeing and Support Centre on 07816 219 227 to speak to your nurse or care provider. All other enquiries should be directed to Woodlands Hospice reception on 0151 529 2299.
Our In-Patient Unit remains open. However, please note that we are now restricting visitor access to the Hospice site.
please contact reception on 0151 529 2299 for further details on visiting.
Please ensure you thoroughly wash your hands as soon as you enter the building and use hand sanitising gels provided.
All Woodlands Hospice shops remain closed until further notice. please do not leave donations outside of our shops.
Our weekly lottery will continue to be drawn and results posted online.
Fundraisng events have been postponed until further notice. Our annual campaigns are going ahead with changes, please see our fundrasing page for more updates, and to view our virtual fundraising.
Please view CEO updates for latest news on curent situation at Woodlands Hospice. https://www.woodlandshospice.org/woodlands-hospice-ceo-updates-on-services-and
For more details on coronavirus, do check the NHS web page which includes:
· Symptoms to look out for
· How to avoid catching or spreading coronavirus
. How to check if you need medical help
. Guidance on self isolation
Should you have symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/.
Use the NHS 111 online service if:
- You feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
- Your condition gets worse
- Your symptoms do not get better are seven days
You can visit the NHS 111 online service by clicking here. Only call 111 if you are unable to get help online.
Here at Woodlands Hospice we are constantly reviewing government guidance and will update our website if advice changes.