Hospice Niagara is a regional leader in hospice palliative care. We help people and families live well:
- from the time of diagnosis of a terminal illness and during treatment;
- through to end-of-life care;
- and in bereavement.
We support each client's physical, emotional, social and spiritual health and well-being. We care for people in their homes, in our hospice residence and provide community support. Our programs and services are offered at no cost to clients.
Our Vision: Exceptional and compassionate care. Everyone. Everywhere. Every time.
Our Values: Compassion - Dignity - Respect - Integrity - Acceptance
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Our hearts remain firmly with our Niagara community.
In line with current public health guidelines, we continue to limit the number of people on our sites. We ask that anyone presenting with COVID-19 symptoms not attend our hospice residence and self-isolate.
Patients staying in hospice are permitted two pre-approved, designated visitors. All visitors must wear a face covering, sanitize and pass the entrance screening. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Keeping our clients, families, volunteers and care professionals safe in the midst of an ever-changing environment is our top priority.
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For information on COVID-19, visit:
Niagara Region Public Health
The Ontario Ministry of Health
Annual Report 2018/2019
Note: Audited Financial Statements, issued by Partridge Iggulden LLP Chartered Accountants, are available request.
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