Cotswold Care Hospice has the most modern palliative care facilities in Gloucestershire. It serves the county's population of more than 568,000.
Every year we touch the lives of hundreds of people. Here are just a few of their comments about Cotswold Care Hospice and what it means to them.
For many, visiting a hospice for the first time can be a daunting experience. Cotswold Care Hospice staff pride themselves on being welcoming - and not at all what you may think it will be.
Cotswold Care Hospice believes in meeting the highest standards in every aspect of our work. We follow the best practice guidelines set by a number of professional and advisory bodies.
Cotswold Care Hospice aims to be a centre of excellence in palliative care. We are delighted that our achievements, in both clinical and non-clinical areas, have been recognised.
Cotswold Care Hospice is proud to be expanding its services - touching the lives of even more people in Gloucestershire.
Cotswold Care Hospice has carefully developed its visual identity. It helps us increase audience recognition, awareness and take-up of our services.
HRH, The Prince of Wales, KG, KT, GCB, OM, has been Patron of Cotswold Care Hospice since the charity's creation.
Cotswold Care Hospice is very fortunate to be supported by a host of special people. They help us raise our profile to ensure we reach the people who need our help.
Cotswold Care Hospice was founded in 1988 to improve the quality of life for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families.
If you are looking for some fast facts about Cotswold Care Hospice then look no further. This page covers everything from the services we provide, how much they cost and which organisations we work in partnership with.
Welcome to Cotswold Care Hospice's Impact Report for 2009. We are proud to record a another significant year in our work, helping more people and raising more money than ever before.
Every day an average of 10 people will die in Gloucestershire as a result of cancer or a circulatory disease. Of those five will die in hospital. Two will die at home. Only one will die in a hospice.
Cotswold Care Hospice supports people with life-limiting illnesses, treating them with dignity and support. We believe in the caring for the whole patient - physically and spiritually. We also support families and carers.