Our care is very personal - you will be allocated a dedicated Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) to co-ordinate your care. You will also be supported by our consultant led, multidisciplinary team. Wherever possible the care will take place in your own home, and will go beyond standard clinical care. Holistic care can include care from our complementary therapists, counselling and practical support.
Our multidisciplinary team
Your care is led by consultants and delivered by a skilled, multi-disciplinary team, all of whom are specialists in palliative care. The team is made up of doctors and nurses; they are supported by an admin team, counsellors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and a bereavement support team.
Accessing our service
The usual way to access our service is via your GP, district nurse, hospital consultant or specialist nurse. They will discuss with you about the best care to suit your needs and then make contact with us. Once this has happened we will get in touch with you confirming receipt of the referral and informing you of the next steps.
Your personal care
Our care is very personal – you and your family will be introduced to one of our team of qualified clinical nurse specialists. These nurses are highly trained in palliative care and will be your main point of contact. They will also be able to introduce you to a range of therapies to support you through difficult times.
Beyond the medical
Having a life-limiting illness can be emotionally as well as physically exhausting. Your needs are likely to go beyond just the medical, which is why we have a many other services available. These include counselling, bereavement support and help via our volunteer team.
Midhurst Palliative Care
Every year we need to raise over £500,000 to ensure that the independent Midhurst Macmillan Service is fully funded. Please consider donating some time or money to help us. Contact us today!