There are many misconceptions surrounding hospices and hospice care.
We understand that patients and their families might have some questions about what to expect.
We are not just about providing excellent end-of-life care, we also offer care and support to patients and their loved ones from the moment they are told that their illness cannot be cured.
We have put together some information that we hope you will find useful and we are happy to answer any more questions that you might have. Rest assured that at Myton you will receive a warm welcome, coupled with compassionate care and dedicated support for all involved.
Visitors are not required to undertake LFT’s or wear a face mask, unless this is their preference. There will no longer be any restriction on visitor numbers on our Inpatient Units.
Or for more information on;
A virtual tour to give you an idea of what to expect click here
There are many common misconceptions regarding end of life care: and people are often surprised by what we can offer and how we can help for more information click here
Our animated film entitled Love Letters that demonstrates our Hospice at Home care based on a true Myton love story click here