Could you help us to keep our patients safe, no matter what the future holds?
Find out how you can help
Infection control has never been more important – or more challenging - than in the past 18 months. Our Infection Control Nurse appeal will help our whole hospice team to protect our patients and their families now and in the future.
Beat the ballot and secure your 2022 Great North Run place
Secure your place
Be part of the world's greatest half-marathon by running for Team St Oswald's in the 2022 Great North Run on Sunday 11th of September!
We urgently need retail volunteers to support our shops
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If you can spare just a few hours a week to support your local St Oswald’s shop, even on a temporary basis until we get through our volunteering shortage, it will make an enormous difference.
Bereavement support training for employers
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In the face of unprecedented demand for our bereavement support service last year, we developed a new training programme for businesses which is designed to help employers understand grief and loss, and to learn how to support bereaved people in the workplace.
Did you know we’re accessible and inclusive?
As part of our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion here at the hospice, we have recently added, a web accessibility tool that allows you to customise our website in a way that works best for you.
Click 'Accessibility tools' button at the top of our website to see how it helps.
Outstanding for care
We are proud of the quality of the service we provide to our patients and their families. In the latest CQC inspection, St Oswald's Hospice received an overall rating of Good, with Outstanding for caring.View full CQC report here
Our response to Coronavirus
We are constantly monitoring the developing situation. We’d like to reassure you that we are following guidance based on the latest information from the World Health Organization (WHO), Public Health England and Newcastle Hospitals.Get the latest information