Kia Ora & Welcome to Cranford Hospice
At Cranford Hospice our vision is to help people make the most of living and dying within a compassionate community. We provide the best possible palliative care, education, support and advice to the people of Hawke’s Bay – from Mahia in the north, to Takapau in the south.
Our website is a place where you can find out more about the important role we play in our community.
At all COVID-19 Alert Levels, Cranford Hospice is here to provide the best possible palliative care to the people of Hawke’s Bay. Every day the team work round-the-clock to deliver care to more than 200 patients and their whānau. Our 24/7 phone line is also available for advice and support. Calls are from patients, families, and other health professionals such as GPs, District Nurses, Aged Residential Care facilities, and hospital staff. Through the different COVID-19 Alert Levels, any changes to our service delivery or visiting hours will be updated on our website and Facebook page. Please make sure you phone 06-878-7047 if you need advice or support.
Whatever has drawn you here, know that we are here to support you. Like our founder, Dame Cicely Saunders, said:
“You matter because you are you, and you matter till the end of your life. We will do whatever we can to not only help you die well, but to also help you live until you die.”
Chief Executive Officer