At Cranford Hospice our vision is for our community to have the capacity, knowledge and services to support people living in Hawke’s Bay who are dying and their family and whānau.
Our purpose is to help people who are dying make the most of their time left, to help them live every moment whether they are at home, in an aged care facility or come for a short stay with us in our eight-bed inpatient facility.
Faced with a limited time to live, people experience a host of significant and challenging changes. We seek to walk alongside them, supporting and assisting in the quality of life, the dying process and the bereavement of their families and whānau.
The goal is to improve the quality of life that remains, understand what matters most in their life and to focus on the person and their family rather than their illness. Individual care plans are developed that embraces the family and friends both before and after a death. We work in close liaison with the patient’s other care providers to ensure they are fully aware of their care plan, goals, medication and history.
300 Knight Street
Ph: 06 878 7047
Fax: 06 878 3799