About us

We provide Palliative Care Services to patients facing life limiting illnesses and offer training programmes in Palliative Care that ensure that quality care is given to those in need.

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What we do

The hospice provides palliative care by addressing physical symptoms including pain, psychological support, spiritual care, legal and social aspects. We deliver these services through; outpatient, community outreaches, hospital visits and home based care. Our team delivers care to all in need regardless of their; age, disease status, wealth, religion, gender. The goal of palliative care is to improve the quality of life of both the patient and their families.
Nairobi Hospice is also involved in advocacy, training, awareness creation and research.

What is Palliative Care ?

Palliative Care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness/serious health related suffering, through prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psychological and spiritual.

Diploma of Higher Education in Palliative Care

Nairobi Hospice in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University offers Diploma of Higher Education in Palliative Care. The programme is eighteen (18) months long, being partly distant and partly block. Our alumni have pioneered palliative care practice throughout Africa.

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Our Team

Nairobi Hospice works with an interdisciplinary team which includes physicians, nurses, home health aides, social workers, counsellors, chaplains and trained volunteers who work together, forming an important function in patient`s well being.

The team works together to develop a patient`s individualised care plan for pain management and symptoms control, while supporting his/her family & caregivers

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Education Department

The training department is one of the crucial departments in the core functions of Nairobi Hospice. It is concerned with coordination and conducting Palliative care training and research.