Phone us on: 020 8967 5179
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Run the Ealing Half Marathon for us!
Are you able to help the hospice? We are looking for people to run the Ealing Half Marathon in September – we will pay the registration fees and in return would ask runners to raise a minimum of £100. If you would like further information please contact Lynne May on 020 8967 5040or email@example.com.
Meadow House Hospice is one of the first NHS hospices in London. We opened our doors in 1987. We continue to provide specialist palliative care to the boroughs of Ealing and Hounslow, recognising the diverse needs of our population.
We have benefited from NHS funding as well as generous donations from our local community. These additional funds let us go beyond the strict NHS funding. We are able to provide an enhanced, caring environment and additional services to patients, and their families and carers.
What Services we offer
Meadow House accommodates an in-patient unit, the day hospice, as well as the community teams and associated health care professionals. These teams work together to provide patients, families and carers with holistic care.
Our Service Aim
We aim to provide flexible specialist palliative care emphasising the importance of supporting, independence and encouraging patients and their families to be closely involved in the decision-making about the care received.
We aim to achieve this by holistic assessment, discussing advance care planning and creating an individualised care plan with our patients.
Who is the Service for?
Meadow House Hospice cares for people who have life limiting or terminal conditions – Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neuron Disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, End Stage Cardiac Conditions and Dementia. The majority of our patients have a cancer diagnosis. We aim to show compassion, care, respect and dignity at all times.
Referrals are usually made by a healthcare professional using a referral form (available by contacting the referrals officer). Once received, these are triaged and then contact made with patients or carers usually the next working day depending on the urgency.