We really value and respect our patients’ needs and wishes, taking the time to get to know them and their loved ones as individuals so that we are able to provide the best care and support possible.
Here are just a few examples of the way our care made a difference to the lives of our patients and their families.
- Talking about where you want to be when you die isn’t an easy conversation to have, and it wasn’t something […]View Story
- Losing a family member at any age is difficult, which is why The Myton Hospices has a dedicated bereavement serviceView Story
- What do you envisage for your child at the age of 15? Excellent grades, a good set of friends andView Story
- Hannah and Steven Legge’s relationship had all the characteristics of a classic love story. Introduced by a mutual friend atView Story
- When lifelong Tottenham Hotspurs fan, John Halstein, expressed his wish to see his favourite team play one more time, theView Story
- When Rugby teenager Stephen Realf was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour, life as he knew it changed for ever.View Story
- In a matter of weeks, Ian Dawson went from being an active 46 year old to an inpatient at WarwickView Story
- On his 70th birthday Tracey’s father, Colin Robinson, was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Although over the following twoView Story
- While Coventry father-of-two, Jim Chandler, was staying at Warwick Myton Hospice, he was made to feel right at home.View Story
- Death can be a difficult conversation to have with anyone, especially a loved one who is ill, but itView Story