Welcome to the Admission page. Here you can find out how You
or a loved one can be admitted at the Hospice
Notes to Remember Hospice does not supply medication, but provides access to medicine through its networks..
Referrals are accepted form family members or a medical source, but only with the patients consent.
Bereavement follow up is available, also individual grief counseling.
Costs: In keeping with world wide Hospice philosophy, no one will be denied care because of an inability to pay. Accounts may be sent to Medical Aid societies as Hospice has a registered practice number. Where there is no medical aid cover, Hospice hopes that the patient or the families will give a donation with which they feel comfortable and that will assist Hospice to continue to serve others.
Medical Equipment is lent to patients in Hospice care.
Training courses are held periodically to train volunteers for Hospice work.
Hospice palliative care is available to all people in the Vaal Triangle suffering form terminal disease or who are in the terminal stages of any disease.
Care is available during office hours as follows:
Visits form a nursing sister / community care worker to patient's homes during daylight hours, between Monday and Friday, as well as a clinic for HIV infected people for consultation, counseling, testing, and support.
Criteria for the admission to the 'Home Based Care Service'
The patient must be terminally ill
A doctor or clinic sister's letter of referral must be received before any service can be started
The patient must agree to receive Hospice care.
Telephone : (016) 428 1410
Fax : (016) 428 1345
E-mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax to e-mail service: 086 575 8248
Email : email@example.com
Physical address : 13 Casino Road, Duncanville, Vereeniging 1930
(opposite Kopanong State Hospital)
Postal address : PO BOX 2911, Vereeniging, 1930
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The association has been approved as a public benefit organisation in terms of section 30 of the Income Tax Act (the Act) and the receipts and accruals are exempt from income tax in terms of section 10 (1) (cN) of the Act.
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