Here you will find all the information you need about Waterford Hospice, including how to contact us, how to avail of our services and how you might be able to help us.
Waterford Hospice Movement provides medical and nursing care for patients with life limiting illnesses in their own homes and in nursing homes throughout Waterford City, County and South Kilkenny. We supply specialised equipment for pain control and comfort as well as psychological and social support for the patients and their families. Hospice affirms life and regards dying as a normal process.
In 2018, there is no dedicated Hospice Unit in the South East of Ireland.
8th annual ‘WLR Waterford Viking Marathon’ on Saturday June 22nd. Waterford Hospice is the nominated charity for this year’s event.
Registration is now open for the Full, Half and Quarter Marathon and this year organisers hope to see over 3,000 runners take part.
Roisin Ferris, WVM Event Manager says, ‘The drive to complete the build of the South East Palliative Care Unit is well underway in University Hospital Waterford. We hope we can help Waterford Hospice reach their final target and complete the build of this vital service for the region which will act as a focal point for the delivery of specialist palliative care, inpatient, day services and community services, to patients and their families. ‘
Click below to register.
Liam Brett from Ferrybank Waterford will take part in the Paris2Nice Cycle in support of Waterford Hospice
This year’s event takes place from the 14th– 19th September 2019, starting off in the beautiful city of Paris and finishing on the iconic Promenade des Anglais in Nice.
The distance is just over 700km over 6 days.
This is a major challenge for Liam and if you would like to support him and at the same time support Waterford Hospice you can log onto his Fundraising Page on the below website.
"Palliative Care is an approach that improves quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-limiting illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification, assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psychosocial and spiritual."
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