Arohanui Hospice provides specialist palliative care for people in the Manawatu, Tararua, Horowhenua and Rangitikei regions with a life-limiting illness, and support for their families/whānau. At any one time, there are approximately 250 patients receiving specialist palliative care services in this area, and more than 800 patients and their family/whānau a year.
We are seeking Casual Clinical Staff, a Clinical Charge Nurse, a Registered Nurse and two Social Workers. To find out more click here.
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Two dedicated volunteers have won awards at the 2015 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards.
At the ceremony, held at the Grand Hall, Parliament, on Monday afternoon [22nd June], Eileen Curd was awarded the Long Service award and Gaye Fell was named the winner of the Community/NGO Health Service award. Read the full news release here.
Arohanui Hospice would like to thank local shoppers, donors and volunteers who helped to support the pop-up shop in Takaro.
The Palmerston North shop was scheduled to be open for three months and has now closed. Click here to find your nearest permanent hospice shop.
Two dedicated volunteers have been shortlisted for the 2015 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards.
Eileen Curd, who has volunteered for the Hospice for 23 years and 10 months, has been shortlisted for the Long Service award and Gaye Fell, who started volunteering at Arohanui Hospice in 2004, has been shortlisted for the Community/NGO Health Service award. Read the full news release here.