Kia Ora & Welcome to Mercy Hospice Auckland
Mercy Hospice Auckland provides a range of specialist community palliative care and hospice services for people facing life limiting illnesses, caring for them with the utmost professional skill, compassion and quality of service. We also offer support to family, friends and carers to help them cope with problems arising from the illness.
All our services are offered free to patients and their families, regardless of age, ethnicity, means or religion, thanks to the generosity of our community.
We support people living in the Auckland District Health Board area. This covers Auckland City and the central suburbs from Glendowie in the east to Avondale in the west, Herne Bay in the north to Otahuhu in the south. Specialist inpatient care is also provided to people from Waiheke and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. Our services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Karen comes home to peace
Karen Bampton, has cancer and a life-long fear of choking. Mercy Hospice provided a safe place where she knew she’d never be alone. “The minute I got wheeled in here I honestly felt like something had lifted off my shoulders and I had come home to peace. And I’ve never looked back since.” ... » Read more
Philip accepts help and finds good friends
It wasn’t easy for Philip Reid to ask others for help and, at first, he was not keen to be cared for in his home by nurses. However, once he met community Nurses Kelle Smith and Lucy Meldrum, he soon changed his mind... » Read more
Run for Mercy Hospice
Running the 2015 Auckland Half Marathon for Mercy Hospice was deeply personal for Melissa Redshaw. Her dad, Tony, died there in June 2014. Melissa is running again in the 2016 Auckland Half Marathon this time as a golden charity place... » Read more
Help Ease James' Pain
James has brought joy to hundreds of people at Mercy Hospice. For eight years, every Friday he has played the piano for staff and patients. Sharing his musical gift with others, James has done this voluntarily in his own time. Now James is a patient... » Read more
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