CARING FOR PEOPLE SINCE 1984
North London Hospice is a registered charity and has been caring for local people since 1984. We help those with a potentially life-limiting illness who have specialist needs. Care is provided to help them physically, emotionally and spiritually.
We try to help our patients live life to the full despite their illness. We treat people as individuals and respect their personal beliefs, lifestyle and culture. The Hospice is multi-faith and welcomes patients from all faiths and communities.
Emotional and practical support is also offered to patients’ families, friends and carers. Our services are provided free of charge by specially trained multi-professional teams, which include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, social workers, counsellors and chaplains.
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Proms at St Jude's

Hospice patron to perform at local Proms music & literary festival

Central Square in Hampstead Garden Suburb will be once again the setting for this years Proms at St Jude’s, an arts festival showcasing the very best classical and jazz music and literature. This year literature and music combine to celebrate … Continue reading

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North London Hospice invites local community for a tour

North London Hospice in Woodside Avenue is inviting members of the community and healthcare professionals to come and have a tour around the hospice building. After the tour, there will be a presentation showing the Hospice’s vast array of services … Continue reading

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18 Year old runs 10K in memory of her grandfather

Charlotte Hibbs from Finchley ran with all her heart tackling the Bupa 10K race for the second time. This year she ran the race in memory of her grandfather who was cared for by North London Hospice. Charlotte said: “My … Continue reading

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North London Hospice responds to Dying Without Dignity PHSO report

The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has published a new report ‘Dying Without Dignity’ which features cases of inadequate end of life care resulting from a range of issues such as poor communication with families of dying people and … Continue reading