Sir Michael Sobell House Hospice was established in 1976 to care for people suffering with a life threatening illness, and for their families.
It offers physical, psychological, social and spiritual care to those facing life threatening illness, death and bereavement. The focus is on quality of life, respecting the uniqueness of each person, and respect for the dignity of all users of the service.
The specialist palliative care service is jointly funded by The Sobell House Hospice Charity and the Oxford Radcliffe NHS Trust.
The cost of running the Hospice is well over £4 million a year, a large part of which comes from the generosity and support of local companies and individuals throughout the county.
Status of the Hospice
The hospice is a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Palliative Care, comprising several teams of staff and volunteers who work in the community, in lymphoedema care and research, at the acute hospitals in the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust, a Day Hospice, the In-Patient Unit, and the Bereavement Service.
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The Sobell House Hospice Charity is a member of the Fundraising Standards Board