Who We Are & What We Do
Primrose Hospice & Family Support Centre is an independent charity, offering care and advice to patients living with a life-limiting illness and supporting families in the North East Worcestershire area.
We have a Day Hospice providing a range of support for patients. Patients can also benefit from our nurse led clinics, physiotherapy and occupational therapy services, spiritual and emotional support.
Our Family Support Service offers individualised support to adults and children including a counselling service, benefits advice and complementary therapy.
As an independent charity, we rely on the support of individuals and businesses to help us to raise the £1.95 million needed each year for us to provide our services free to all who require them.
Primrose Hospice has been providing care and support to patients in North East Worcestershire since 1987. The original hospice opened at Hill Top in 1987 before moving to the current location in St Godwalds Road in 1991.
There have been some major additions to the original building over the years. In 2003, an extension was built to house the Day Hospice and improve the clinical space, then in 2010 the Coppice Centre was built to provide a separate Family Support service. Finally, Garden Room was opened in 2015.
We love to capture the history of Primrose Hospice. If you have ever worked or volunteered here or accessed our services and can add to the wonderful stories about Primrose Hospice, we would love to hear from you.
You can contact us using the details below:
T: 01527 871051
Primrose Hospice is committed to the promotion of equality, diversity, and inclusion and to eliminating and preventing discrimination in our work.
We will ensure that our services will be available to all, regardless of race, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, religion, marital status or gender reassignment status and other non-protected characteristics.
We are also committed to treating staff and volunteers and those applying to work at Primrose Hospice fairly and without discrimination.
We actively seek to promote equality by ensuring that we meet our legal duties under the Equality Act 2010 and the Human Rights Act 1998, by making sure that equality and diversity are at the centre of our policies and procedures, and by ensuring that staff and volunteers are able to meet the diverse needs of our service users.