Our Specialist Palliative Care team provides specialist advice and support for those who are nearing the end of their life. People in their last weeks of life are supported by our Palliative Care Support Team.
If you have been diagnosed with a terminal condition, we are here to improve your quality of life and provide support to your family. We will be there for you when you need us most.
The people who might provide your care include palliative care consultants, clinical nurse specialists, psychologists, counsellors and liaison officers.
Who is it for?
Our service is for people over 18 with a life limiting condition requiring specialist palliative care, and their carers. Our team works across the area in people’s homes and care homes. We aim to improve a patient's quality of life by giving advice and intervention, as well as support and training for patients and carers.
Referrals can be made directly but discuss first with your doctor, consultant or GP. Referrals can be made through the Common Referral Form. (www.palliativecare.bradford.nhs.uk or on SystmOne) and faxing to the relevant Team. Referrals for BTHFT hospital inpatients are accepted by telephone to the team.
Telephone: These are given in the table below.
Airedale General Hospital Palliative Care Team | Tel 01535 295 016 01535 292 184 | Fax 01535 295 036
Manorlands Community Palliative Care Team | Tel 01535 646 779
Sue Ryder Care – Manorlands Hospice (Oxenhope) | Tel 01535 642 308 | Fax 01535 642 902
Bradford Teaching Hospitals Palliative Care Team | Tel 01274 364 035 | Fax 01274 366 851
Bradford Community Palliative Care Team | Tel 01274 323 511 | Fax 01274 323 509
Marie Cure Hospice (Bradford) | Tel 01274 337 000 | Fax 01274 337 094 | Out of Hours Advice via on-call Palliative Medicine Consultant via Marie Curie Hospice / Manorlands Hospice | Tel 01274 337 000 Tel 01535 642 308
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