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(A, B & C) Mary Potter Hospice

48-52 Mein Street
Newtown
Wellington 6021

PO Box 7442
Newtown
Wellington 6242

Ph: 04 801 0006 (24 hours)
Fax: 04 389 5035

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Mary Potter has community services in Wellington (C), Porirua (B) and Kapiti (A) and an 18-bed inpatient facility in Newtown. There are multidisciplinary teams and care co-ordinators in all sites.  In the community Mary Potter works with community health services and GPs as full primary health partners. It also has a strong focus on education, quality and research.  Mary Potter cares for more than 800 people each year, providing services to about 240 patients and their families and friends at any one time.  

(E) Te Omanga Hospice

38 Britannia Street
Petone
Lower Hutt 5012

PO Box 30-814
Lower Hutt 5040

General enquiries: 04 566 4535
Paitents & Families: 04 569 7921
Fax: 04 566 1548

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Te Omanga serves the people of the Hutt Valley providing specialist palliative care to people of all ages with a life-limiting illness enabling them to live every moment until their death by addressing their physical, psychological, spiritual and cultural needs.  We focus on supporting people to remain in their own homes, with the 10-bed inpatient unit available for intensive symptom control, respite care and terminal cares. Support and care is available for family and close friends throughout. We also provide specialist medical and nursing advice, education and support to health professionals in the Hutt Valley and Wairarapa. 

(F) Hospice Wairarapa

59 Renall St
Masterton 5810

Ph: 06 378 8888

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Our base is “Te Kowhai” at 59 Renall Street, Masterton. Our focus is ensuring that appropriate palliative care facilities and services embracing the Hospice Philosophy and principles are readily available to terminally ill people of all ages and their families.  We have a team of over 70 wonderful volunteers who work alongside the Palliative Care Nursing team and other health service professionals  to provide psycho-social services including companionship, transport assistance, podiatry and massage, baking and emergency meals/supplies, shopping, gardening, time out for families and carers, bereavement support, biographies and equipment loan.  Weekly programmes held at Hospice Wairarapa include a bereavement support coffee morning and the Te Kowhai Day Stay Programme for Patients.

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