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.
- Many people still associate hospice care with cancer patients. While The Myton Hospices does support people with cancer, we […]View Story
- 9 year old Erin Wilson attended our Rainbow Ripples bereavement group for children after her Grandad, John, died atView Story
- Rob Howard was given the gift of time when he was admitted to Warwick Myton Hospice. Time toView Story
- Myton at Home nurse, Maddy, shares a touching story about a patient she met through working at Myton, bothView Story
- We are proud to share a video of Janet McNamara talking about her time on the Inpatient Unit atView Story
- Michael McCotter died at Coventry Myton Hospice in July 2018; only 11 weeks after being diagnosed with secondary colonView Story
- Mandy Kinsey was on holiday in Benidorm with family when she found she was having trouble breathing. She wasView Story
- Emma Wren first came into contact with The Myton Hospices after she was told she had the BRCA1 geneView Story
- David Wall died at Warwick Myton Hospice in October 2018. His daughters Christine and Sarah have written about theView Story
- Holly’s husband, Ross, was diagnosed with grade-4 Brain cancer in 2014. The next few years of their life included severalView Story