• Outside IPU

    Nelson Tasman Hospice Trust

    caring for the community since 1987

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  • Man & Son on Beach

    Hospice Affirms Life

    living every moment

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  • Nelson Sunset

    Providing Specialist Palliative Care to our Region

    Nelson, Wakefield, Murchison, Motueka and Golden Bay

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  • Tug of Peace

    Support from our Community

    vital to our service

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Our Care Services

The Nelson Tasman Hospice provides free hospice care to those living with a life-limiting illness.  Learn more about how we can help.

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Education and Training

The Nelson Tasman Hospice education team provides a wide range of learning opportunities for health professionals, health workers, community colleagues and groups.

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Nelson Hospice, to care always
Get Involved

We are dependent on ongoing support from the community to provide the services that we do. You can make a difference.

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About Hospice and Its’ People

Meet the individuals who make up the Hospice Team and learn a little about our history.

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FUN IN THE SUN AT SUMMERSET

Our Manager, Frans Dellebeke and Clinical Nurse Leader, Heather Lewis were delighted to be invited recently to a fundraising lunch of “Soup ‘n’ Rolls” at Summerset in the Sun.  Carol Pitman and James Hamilton from Summerset presented over $1000.00 raised for hospice at this event.  Our thanks to all involved.

Carol Pitman and James Hamilton from Summerset in the Sun collecting donations for hospice.

Carol Pitman and James Hamilton from Summerset in the Sun collecting donations for hospice.

HOSPICE VOLUNTEERS WIN AGAIN!

We know how utterly fantastic our volunteers are, and now they have been formally recognised!  The Trustpower Community Awards run in 24 regions around New Zealand.  There are five award categories and organisations are invited to apply following a nomination by someone in their community. Mary Garner and Tracy Henderson donned their glad-rags and went to the award ceremony.  Little did they know, that our exceptional volunteers would win the ‘Health and Well-Being’ award category for the Nelson Tasman region – up against 20+ other contenders.  This is a great achievement.

Mary Garner (left) and Tracy Henderson

Mary Garner (left) and Tracy Henderson