Trinity Hospice (Blackpool)

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Trinity Hospice
TypeCharity No. 511009
FocusPalliative care
Location
Area served
The Fylde
Volunteers
720
Websitetrinityhospice.co.uk

Trinity Hospice is a purpose built hospice on Low Moor Road (formerly Low Moor Lane) in Greenlands, Bispham, Blackpool, Lancashire, England.[1] It is set in landscaped gardens and it has a central courtyard.[1] It was opened in 1985 after several years of planning and fund raising led by Dr David Cooper. Built on a former horse paddock and marsh land and stream. It has grown from the original in-patient unit to include a day-patient unit, a children's unit, a study centre and a community care centre.

All of the hospice's patient areas are on the ground floor.[1] The Hospice includes two wards for the in-patient palliative care of 28 adults in three or four bedded bays and single rooms.[1] It also includes Brian House which is a separate unit for the in-patient palliative care of five children in single rooms.[1] There are also 24 day-patient places.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "Inspection report 2006/2007" (PDF). Healthcare Commission. Retrieved 13 September 2007.[permanent dead link]

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