There are currently no visitor restrictions at Cransley Hospice, however we do recommend that where possible and depending on the health of the patient, that visitor numbers are kept to between 2-4 people and within the hours of 8 am and 8 pm.
We ask that all visitors wear a facemask unless they are exempt from doing so, and not to visit if they have any symptoms of Covid or other infectious illness.
Services provided by Cransley Hospice are free of charge for the local community. The expert team provides care and support in the place you most want to be whether this is your own home, care home or in the hospice.
During 2018 the following services were provided for patients in North Northamptonshire.
- Hospice at Home nurses made 1,228 home visits, helping to care for 245 patients in their own homes.
- Clinical Nurse Specialists made 2,724 home visits for 498 patients.
- The In-Patient Unit cared for almost 200 patients requiring management of difficult symptoms or end of life care.
- The Therapy Team provided 1,903 Occupational and Physiotherapy sessions
- A team of specialist doctors treated patients aged from 18 years and over with a wide range of conditions. This was for patients in the hospice, community and at Kettering General Hospital.
- The Lymphoedema Service provided 657 treatments to 71 patients
- Throughout the services, Emotional and Spiritual care was also provided to 1,947 patients.
- The hospice Chaplin provided comfort and support to 471 patients.
- Bereavement services delivered over 449 support sessions to help families through a very difficult time
Cransley Hospice Trust had to raise £1.4 million to support the provision of the above services.
As a charity, we rely on our local community to generate income through community fundraising and events, retail operations, donations and legacies.
The service is delivered by Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation (NHS) Trust. Should you require any further information about the Service Provider please follow this link.
The latest CQC inspection (January 2017) classed End of Life services across the County as 'Good', with the standard of Care provided at Cransley Hospice being 'Outstanding'.