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Nelson Tasman Hospice provides support and care to those with life limiting illness and their family/whānau. People are cared for wherever they want - and for most of them, that's home. Our Care Services Health Care Professionals Get Involved Nelson Tasman Hospice provides support and care to those with life limiting illness and their family/whānau. People are cared for wherever they want - and for most of them, that's home. Our Care Services Health Care Professionals Get Involved Nelson Tasman Hospice provides support and care to those with life limiting illness and their family/whānau. People are cared for wherever they want - and for most of them, that's home. Our Care Services Health Care Professionals Get Involved
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Nelson Tasman Hospice Appoints New CEO

The Boards of Nelson Tasman Hospice are very pleased to announce the appointment of Tony…

Autumn 2021 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter tells the story of one of our patients, Dr Alistair Marshall who…

Hospice – A place to be pampered

Sitting back in a recliner on a sunny afternoon, with magazines and a cup of…

Nelson Tasman Hospice CEO resigns

“It is with deep regret that I announce that the Board of Nelson Tasman Hospice…

Upcoming Events

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Bereavement Support Group at Nelson Tasman Hospice

Tuesdays 16, 23, 30 March and 6 April, 10.30am-noon

Opportunity for bereaved people to meet in a caring, supportive group. For more information or to enrol, text or phone Sharon (Bereavement Support Coordinator) on 027 262 2599.

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Thank you to all the great NBS Dancing for a Cause - Nelson Hospice participants for generously giving your time to raise funds to help Hospice continue providing palliative care to people with life-limiting illnesses in the region. We can't wait to see your dance moves! General admission tickets are still available for the event taking place on 1 May at Trafalgar Centre. >> www.eventfinda.co.nz/2020/nbs-dancing-for-cause/nelsonNot long to go now! 💃🕺 Comment below on who you are most looking forward to seeing on the 1st on May. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 hours ago

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You can help Findex help community causes with a fun day out on the links! Findex Community Fund supports various charities with funding and other support, including Nelson Tasman Hospice. They’re hosting a charity golf day on Wednesday 14 April, 11 AM – 7 PM at the Nelson Golf Club on Bolt Road. Registration is $100 + GST per person, which includes 18 holes of golf with food and drinks followed by a networking event and auction fundraiser. Sounds like a great day, and a great way to support important community causes in the Nelson Tasman region! To register please contact Emma: [email protected] ... See MoreSee Less
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Today’s Day of Care is sponsored by Kat Campbell of Kat Campbell & Co. Real Estate , in memory of Shirls - Kat's Mum xThank you so much 💐 ... See MoreSee Less
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The Boards of Nelson Tasman Hospice are very pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Gray as our new Chief Executive Officer. Tony will succeed Frans Dellebeke, who announced in January that he wished to step down once a suitable successor had been identified. Tony is a very experienced senior executive, who will be well known to many in the Top of the South for his successful leadership of NMIT, a role he left in2017 to take up the position of Chief Executive at Ara Institute of Canterbury, where he is regarded as having transformed Ara “with his efforts resulting in a more collaborative, inclusive and agile operation”.John Peters, Chair of Nelson Tasman Hospice said “Tony is a very experienced and well-respected Chief Executive with an exceptional record. We are delighted that Tony will be able to build on Frans’s successful nine years in the role and bring his proven leadership, strategic capability, innovation, and ongoing focus on improving outcomes to us here at Hospice. It gives us great pleasure to welcome Tony to Hospice, and to welcome him back to Nelson”.Tony Gray said “I’m very excited about my new role and the opportunity to be part of the team at the Nelson Tasman Hospice.John Peters added that “a start date will be announced in the near future, in the meantime, the Board is grateful to Frans for continuing in his role as Chief Executive.” ... See MoreSee Less
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