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Coronavirus - Visitor Update  
  Posted in Other News on 03 Apr, 2020

(Last updated - 03/04/2020) Due to now having a patient at the hospice testing positive for COVID-19, we have introduced more restricted visiting rules that will take effect immediately.


A message from Bolton Hospice CEO, Leigh Vallance  
  Posted in Other News on 19 Mar, 2020

As the Coronavirus crisis continues to develop, I would like to take this opportunity to reach out to you and your loved ones, to reassure you that Bolton Hospice is continuing to support those most vulnerable in our community. We are doing everything we possibly can, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to continue caring for patients and their families living with life-limiting illnesses, and to make every day the very best it can be for our families.


Coronavirus - Visitor Update  
  Posted in Other News on 19 Mar, 2020

Last updated 26/03/2020. To protect patients from Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have implemented a maximum of 2 visitors per patient at any one time with immediate effect. They must be immediate family or carers and children must be over the age of 12.


Coronavirus - Shops Update  
  Posted in Other News on 19 Mar, 2020

Last updated 23/03/2020. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis and in response to government guidance, the decision has been made to close all of our charity shops across Bolton as of 4pm on Monday 23rd March.


Coronavirus - Services Update  
  Posted in Other News on 18 Mar, 2020

Last updated: 18/03/2020. After a full review of the NHS guidelines and in consultation with other healthcare providers, we have taken the decision to temporarily suspend our day therapy services and reduce our Hospice at Home service. Our inpatient unit will remain open around the clock.

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