is too. We care for you in your own home and community whenever possible
Because it’s always been about
people, not profit.
Monday 17 May – Sunday 23 May 2021
Hospice Awareness Week is an important week in the hospice calendar as it is a great opportunity to raise awareness of and celebrate our hospice service. We invite enquiries about our work from individuals and groups.
Did you know;
- Nurse Maude Hospice services are free for anyone who needs it
- Hospice is a philosophy of care, not just a building
- We care for anyone with a life limiting illness, including children
- We care for people in any place they call home
- Our aim is to help people live every moment in whatever way is important to them and their whanau
- Our philosophy is to care for the person and their whanau
- We work in collaboration and alongside all other health providers
- We help with physical, social, psychological and spiritual care
- We are only partially funded and rely on the support of our amazing community to help us keep our services running – thank you so much. If you would like to make a donation, click here.
If you would like to find out more about the work of Nurse Maude Hospice please contact Jane Rollings, Service Manager, 03 375 4274 or Hospice@nursemaude.org.nz
Caring for the community for more than 120 years
Nurse Maude provides services to more than 400,000 people each year, delivering over a million hours of district and specialist nursing, home support services, hospice and community palliative care and allied support. Complementary to these, are the Health and Mobility shop, linen service and frozen meals service.
The relentless pursuit of better options.
Nurse Maude provides nursing and homecare to some of the most vulnerable in our community. Every dollar goes into providing care for those who need us most…in our hospital, our hospice, clinics, schools and in your community.
Introduction to Wound Care Workshop
This year Nurse Maude is offering an Introduction to Wound Care workshop for Enrolled and Registered Nurses only. Previously we have held Foundations in Wound Care workshops; this session is more clinically relevant with an increased number of case studies.