What we do

Harlington Hospice is a community hospice providing services for people at the end of their lives and supporting families suffering from bereavement and loss.

Although we do not have inpatient beds our Hospice at Home service provides nursing care for around 130-150 families each year. This enables those who wish to die at home in peaceful and familiar surroundings to do so.

Through our services, we are able to provide emotional support and counselling for people with life limiting illness and their carers and for bereaved families. 

For those living with cancer we offer a specialised Lymphoedema therapy service which helps well over 100 people each year to manage their condition.

In 2012 we were delighted to open the newly built Reg Hopkins Centre which enables us to provide services to our patients and their families in the high quality surroundings they deserve.

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