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Arohanui Hospice

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.

Our services are mostly used by people living with advanced cancer, but we can help anyone in the advanced stages of other illnesses, such as respiratory or heart disease, motor neurone disease or HIV-AIDS.

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Latest News

25 November 2015

Sadly Arohanui Hospice has announced its intention to close the Taihape Hospice Shop this Friday the 27th of November. The shop is located at 73a Hautapu Street, on Taihape’s main road. The announcement comes at the end of its first year of trading. Read the full story here.

19 November 2015

Hearts and Homes 2015, an Arohanui Hospice fundraiser was held last weekend, on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th November. The event was hugely successful and event organisers are extremely happy with the results.Read the full story here.

19 November 2015

Manawatu people recognised for lending a helping hand in their communities have been celebrated. As part of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards 2015, 14 Manawatu-Whanganui winners in the local heroes category were recognised in a ceremony at Caccia Birch House in Palmerston North on Tuesday night.They were presented with specially made medals for their achievements. Read the full story here.

16 November 2015

From today all Farmers stores throughout New Zealand will be raising funds for their local hospice.
The overarching campaign is called Caring Connections in our Community which reflects the community based nature of hospice services and the sense of connection that Farmers has in the community. Read the full story here.

16 November 2015

A Palmerston North doctor is set to advise the Government on how to improve end-of-life care in New Zealand. Dr Simon Allan, director of palliative care for Arohanui Hospice, joins 10 others on the Palliative Care Advisory Panel (PCAP) as the Government invests $76.1 million to improve the country’s services. Read the full story here.