Palliative Care

Palliative Care (Winchester)

Palliative Care is the delivery of individualised and person-centred care to improve your quality of life and make you as comfortable as possible during a life limiting illness. Good palliative care is achieved through the effective management of pain and other distressing symptoms which can occur at any time and is not restricted to care at the end of your life. It includes physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual care and is individual to your needs.

Working closely with the local Mountbatten Hampshire, The Dower House provides palliative care for residents in line with the nationally recognised ‘Six Steps’ pathway which supports effective prioritisation of care.

When you receive palliative care at The Dower House, you are cared for by our team of experienced nurses and carers who look after you around the clock in a supportive and empathetic way. Staff are trained to manage complex health conditions and medicine regimes and have access to specialist equipment to enhance your care.

By applying the principles of the Six Steps End of Life pathway, you and your family (with your permission) are supported at all stages of your care. Your dignity and privacy are respected at all times.

If you, or a loved one you care for, needs to consider palliative care, get in touch by calling 01962 882848 or clicking the ‘Book a Visit’ button at the top of the page. Our staff are available to answer any questions and show you around The Dower House.

"Was also very comforting for all of us"

"Every time we visited Mum it was so obvious that she was comfortable and lovingly looked after. That made an enormous difference to Mum but was also very comforting for all of us."

Mr C.

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