We believe that people should not only die well, but live well and so we support patients and their loved ones to make every moment count.

Our In-Patient unit

When someone you care about is seriously ill, you want to know they’re getting the best possible care and treatment. We do too.

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Rehab Team

The Rehab Team at Strathcarron take a lead role in enabling patients to maintain their independence for as long as possible whilst adapting to changes in their illness.

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Author: Fiona Mulvany

Growing Compassionate Communities

Can you get involved in helping people live well - right up to the end?

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Author: Claire Macdonald

Kiltwalk 2020

Don your kilt and do something great for Strathcarron Hospice by taking part in the Kiltwalk 2020! Challenge yourself to the Mighty Stride (23 miles), Big Stroll (15 miles) or Wee Wander (6 miles) in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee or Edinburgh.

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Author: Claire Kennedy

Location: Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh,,

1,400

Every year, we provide specialist care, love and support to 1,400 people living with, and dying from, a terminal illness

900

We have over 900 volunteers. Without them the Hospice could not continue to provide such a high quality of patient care

£12,900

We need to raise £12,900 a day to keep our services running

Latest

  • Year of the Nurse and Midwife

    The World Health Organisation has deemed 2020 as the Global Year of the Nurse and Midwife in recognition of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale. It’s widely agreed that Nurse Nightingale was the founder of modern nursing and paved the way towards how nurses work today. Nurses and Midwives are the largest workforce globally so it’s not before time there is a worldwide campaign in recognition. Read more

  • Friendship and Well-being

    One of many priorities for Strathcarron Hospice is to support local communities to develop strategies to become more resilient and inclusive for people with a life limiting illness. It is well documented that people living in this situation are at risk of isolation and loneliness, which has a negative impact on already declining health. Read more

  • 2020 is year of the Nurse

    2020 marks the international year of the Nurse, which gives us a chance to reflect on and celebrate the range and depth of this important profession. Read more

  • Education, education, education

    Dr Sally Boa is Head of Education, Research and Practice Development at Strathcarron Hospice. Dr Sally strives to ensure we are always at the forefront of providing the very best palliative care services for all patients and families. Read more