Totara Hospice provides free specialist palliative care services to eligible people with a terminal illness in the South and Southeast Auckland community. We educate on, advocate for and provide integrated, palliative care services to those with terminal conditions and their whānau/family. Scroll down to shop Mother's Day gift bundles from our friends at Paddock To Pantry who will donae $15 per order to support us!
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About Totara Hospice
When a person is referred to hospice and becomes our patient, we work together to make sure that the person and their family/whānau receive the best possible holistic hospice care, tailored to their needs. This means a unique, multidisciplinary plan of care with the best mix, of medical, nursing, allied health, spiritual, cultural and social support is developed in partnership with each patient wherever they are using our services; inpatients unit, outpatient, day stay or home.
Hospice care ensures there is a focus on ensuring that in every way possible a persons final journey is experienced with comfort, care and dignity and their family is supported throughout.
Whilst we provide our specialist palliative care services free of charge, Totara Hospice will only receive approximately 61% of operational funding from the government for this year. This leaves a shortfall of over $4 million, which is raised through the generosity of the community.