When someone you care about is seriously ill, you want to know they’re getting the best possible care and treatment. We do too. Read more
We want to help people to live with their illness and make the most of the time they have. Read more
Palliative care is not just about care in the last days and hours of life, but about ensuring quality of life for both the person and their family at every stage of a life-limiting illness from diagnosis onwards. Read more
We need to raise £50,000 to fund vital roof repairs. Will you help?
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Planning for the Future
As the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday it’s a good time to celebrate Strathcarron Hospice’s working relationship with the NHS. The Hospice’s catchment area covers all of the NHS Forth Valley area as well as part of NHS Lanarkshire. Read more
We live, and die, in a world of constant change.
Strathcarron Hospice is the same as any other organisation in the sense that we need to constantly adapt our methods of working. Read more
Sunday 29th April saw Team Strathcarron take to the streets of Stirling for the 2018 Stirling Scottish Marathon and Stirling Half Marathon - and what an impact they made, standing out from the crowd in those distinctive blue and orange vests! Read more
Strathcarron Hospice has been supporting patients and their families in Cumbernauld & Kilsyth ever since the Hospice opened over 37 years ago.
We have now produced a leaflet outlining the full range of services we offer so that all health and social care professionals are aware of how to access these services to support their patients. Read more