How we help

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Cynthia Spencer Hospice pays for hospice care services to be provided to those who need it; it is free to patients and their loved ones.

Some of the services are funded jointly with Cransley Hospice Trust and also Nene and Corby NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

The care I received has been wonderful from all the members of staff. They are kind and thoughtful in all things. I feel very humble and very happy to have been treated with such care and respect.

The services are provided in the hospice (inpatient unit) and also in the place where the patient lives (Hospice at Home). We have funded a significant expansion of the Hospice at Home service as many patients would like the care to be given in their home.

John

John O'Meara was diagnosed with cancer of the lung and sternum and underwent both chemotherapy and radiotherapy to treat his condition

John's story

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