If you require palliative / end of life care and live in North East Lincolnshire, the Haven Service offers health and social care support delivered in your own home. We also provide support and respite care for your family and carer.
The Haven Team work in partnership with St Andrew’s Hospice and Marie Curie.
A referral to our service is made by the healthcare professional responsible for your care, such as your community nurse, hospice nurse or Macmillan nurse.
Our service is delivered by a team of senior care workers and care support workers.
The care you need is coordinated and planned by our registered nurses who are skilled in caring for people who are seriously ill.
The length and number of visits, and the professional who will provide your care, will be arranged according to the support that you and your carer need and all care provision is regularly reviewed.
Day care is provided between 8am – 10pm by a team of senior care support workers and care support workers.
Night Care is provided between 10pm – 8am d by a team of Marie Curie Health Care Assistants.
The care is co-ordinated and planned by a team of Senior nurses within the Haven team, working closely with the community nurse key workers.
The Haven Team
St Andrew’s Hospice
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year
Via a health care professional responsible for individuals care such as community nurses hospital liaison nurses (Home Team), Hospice and Macmillan nurses.
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