1 Heretaunga Street, Palmerston North      Ph 06 356 6606
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About Us

The aim of the specialist palliative care service provided by Arohanui Hospice is to support patients of all ages with life-limiting illnesses, based on individual need and to optimise quality of life until death and bereavement. This support is achieved by assessing and addressing the physical, psychosocial, spiritual and cultural needs of the patient and their family/ whānau. Support is also provided for the individual’s family/whānau, throughout the illness and after death.

Palliative care is provided in such a way as to meet the unique palliative care needs of individuals from particular cultures, ethnic backgrounds, communities or groups. These include: Maori, Pacific People, Asian, people with disabilities and mental illness, the elderly, and those in rural communities.

The services provided include support of the patient in the community, inpatient care, respite care, a 24-hour advice service seven days a week, outpatient clinics, day procedures, a pharmacist, an activities-based day programme, social work services, family support, pastoral support and bereavement support.

Please download and print further information about Arohanui Hospice services here.

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